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Students To Help Fight Graft

November 11, 2017

EasyUni Staff

 

MACC.FM featured - Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali, Deputy Chief Commissioner, MACC
(source: cilisos.my)

 

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) took an initiative to start training higher institution students to be the “ambassadors” to help combat corruption.

MACC Deputy Chief Commissioner (Prevention) Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali hoped if the 5K - Kefahaman, Kesedaran, Keinsafan, Keikhlasan and Keberhasilan can be practised, the country will be free of corruption. 

By educating them with facts, information, and communication training, MACC hopes these students can influence the society at large. 

“There will be a ripple effect from these activities,” he said, adding that the students could help highlight anti-corruption measures by conducting various programmes and activities when they are back in their campuses.

"In this regard, the Commission hopes that it can be used as a module especially for final year students who will be entering the workforce to have the graft-free mentality, to work free of corruption and champion anti-corruption," he said.

Started on Friday (15 April), a total of 86 students from various public learning institutions, teachers’ training institutes and polytechnics had participated in the training. 

On the other hand, MACC.FM was created to provide information, facts, and explanations regarding the independent body. Since Dec 9, the FM is broadcasting 24 hours daily.

 

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