Friday, April 4, 2008

Invincible fox immune to ACA probe

Invincible fox (Musang), the number one of Sabah government must have immunity from Badawi when he requested for ACA to probe corruptions in Sabah. The reported corruptions cases in Sabah mostly involved small fishes, the big fish involved the Musang is thrown back to Likas Bay. Ask the business community and they will tell you how hard it is to conduct business with Musang sniffing around.

So long as the ACA is from Sabah branch, they are probably a close gang to the fox. If Musang really want to resolve the power abuse in Sabah including those involving himself, he should call the ACA from Penang, Selangor, Perak or Kelantan branches. I'm sure the ACA from those opposition-held states are more ethical and serious in their work.

Kalo harap ACA dari Sabah, mungkin diaorang ada komplot dengan si musang bah tu. Kalo ndak komplot, tentu topinai bah tu.


Extracted from: (Apr 04, 2008)

Musa Wants An Aggressive ACA To Probe Power Abuse In Sabah

KOTA KINABALU, April 4 (Bernama) -- Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman wants the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to be more aggressive in its probe on misappropriation of funds and power abuse in the state administration.

He said such an action was necessary to ensure smooth implementation of all development projects and activities planned under the Ninth Malaysia Plan and the Sabah Development Corridor.

"We were informed by Sabah ACA director Latifa Md Yatim of an increase in the number of complaints on corruption.

"We told her to be more aggressive in conducting investigations into the complaints," he told reporters after chairing the state management integrity committee here Friday.

Musa said the complaints received by the ACA included making false claims for projects which did not exist.

He said the government would ensure allocations for projects or programmes were spent wisely.

He welcome a suggestion by Latifa that ACA officers be included in visits to project sites to enable them to detect any form of abuse at an early stage and immediate action to be taken.

"It will be good to have ACA officers visit project sites as they will be able to know the progress of the project implementation, and whether there is transparency in the implementation," he added.

On the state management integrity committee, Musa said the committee should meet at least once in three months so that problems relating to implementation of government projects could be detected earlier, and immediate action could be taken to rectify problems, if any.



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