Six Sarawak immigration officers face corruption charges


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KUCHING — April 10, 2017: Six Sarawak immigration officers have been charged at the Special Corruption Court here for alleged corruption.

Agnes anak James Daim, 42, and Emily Ngayan anak Beliang, 36, were allowed RM6,000 and RM7,000 bail in one surety each after they pleaded not guilty.

Agnes is said to have accepted RM200 and Emily RM300 through their Maybank accounts from whom they knew had connection with their official duries.

Gracie anak Borhan, 33, and Norhaliza Hussein, 32, were charged with two counts each and granted bail of RM7,000 each in one surety.

Benjamin Morsit, 33, and Khairul Nizam Omar, 41, are both suspected of receiving gratification of RM200 and RM1,000 respectively. — Bernama



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