Ng related that the MACC order was given at 4pm yesterday, after he was called to Putrajaya to meet the commission’s director whose name he only gave as Mohd Zamri the same afternoon.
He said the co-operative’s RHB bank account number: 26423600008938 is now frozen for the next 90 days.
“All this could have been avoided had the president of MCA, Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong, not interfered with the Board’s decision on June 27, and if all the board’s 14 directors had the courage of their convictions to follow through with the same Board decision,” Ng said.
He was referring to the emergency meeting held by Kojadi’s board that day, where Ng was directed to meet with MACC the following day and clarify the company’s position as well as seek the commission’s direction and guidance.
It was reported yesterday that the board members will also pursue legal advice handling the MACC with regards to a RM15 million grant it obtained from Yayasan 1MDB in 2012, for a micro-credit youth programme.
– Malay Mail