Thursday, June 20, 2013

Call for MACC to probe Felda's China deal

The Doctor at Felda
A prominent pro-Umno blogger has urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate a alleged discrepancies in a recent deal between Felda and a China company. Big Dog, in his posting Swine-(dling) Scruple, accused a unit under Felda of giving preferential treatment when selling 50,000 tonnes of palm olein to a "non-preferred client". There was also a suggestion that the transaction had involved some dubious commission. 
What's interesting is the blogger is implicating Dr Mohd Emir Mavani Abdullah in the deal. This is the same dude from Pemandu who was untimely named the CEO designate of Felda FGV in January this year, a full seven months (!) before the tenure of the sitting CEO who had successfully listed Felda FGV on the Bursa comes to an end.  
I have also written a little about the Doctor's link with the unaccredited Warnborough h e r e

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

ini pun itu mamak nor mohd yakob punya kroni. arab abu dhabi ke, keling kalimullah ke, semua kroni juga. nothing will happen bro. buang masa saja. macc apa? buang masa saja.

Anonymous said...

Ah jib gor must go fly kite

Anonymous said...

yes, nothing will happen. no case. macc will only do wayang kulit. ptuiiii...

Anonymous said...

Without China and India purchasing palm oil from Malaysia, Felda will eating dirts. With hefty revenue earned from both countries, UMNO used them to discriminate and bully both the Chinese and Indians.