Friday, October 2, 2009


Today, I have lodged a report with the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), Hong Kong. The report urges ICAC to review and widen investigations against Michael Chia Tien Foh, a Malaysian from Sandakan, arrested for money laundering in August 2008.

I provided ICAC with evidence that Michael Chia is in fact a nominee for Musa Aman, the Chief Minister of Sabah. I also named four (4) other persons believed to have connection with corrupt practices and shady transactions involving funds belonging to the State Government of Sabah and its subsidiaries, including Innoprise Corporation Sdn. Bhd., Rakyat Berjaya Sdn. Bhd. and Yayasan Sabah Group.

The public funds were “illegally obtained” and were siphoned out from Malaysia and deposited into various accounts in Hong Kong at UBS AG, Bank of East Asia Limited, HSBC, Credit Suisse and Citibank. Being illegally obtained, the persons involved have committed an offence under the Money Laundering Act.

There is sufficient evidence that the five persons are acting on behalf of Musa Aman and the money held on trust for the Chief Minister. The corrupt money belongs to Musa Aman.

Therefore I urged authorities in Hong Kong to freeze the accounts involved. I hereby urge authorities of other countries where accounts might be kept in connection with this case to do likewise. The money should be returned to the people of Malaysia, particularly Sabahans.

I urge the ICAC to conduct thorough investigations because Malaysians have lost confidence in the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (SPRM) due to various scandals involving the commission.

This case highlights the level of corruption plaguing the top leadership of UMNO-Barisan Nasional. Thus I call upon all Malaysians to fight corruption at every level. Reports on corruption in Malaysia, particularly the 2009 report by Transparency International, are not only humiliating but a cause for foreign investors to avoid Malaysia.

In order to make Malaysia a truly great nation, we must be free from corruption. We must enjoy a reputation as a clean country where everybody can do business and expect fairness and protection from injustice.

Shamsul Iskandar Mohd. Akin
Ketua Angkatan Muda Keadilan (AMK)


  1. Shamsul, by making an official report to ICAC in HK, is truly a champion of the people and indeed
    a ' patriot'. All the speculations will settle down once the truth arise from the investigation
    will be known.

  2. The last time I was in Sabah was in 2007. Since then I've heard many new projects mushrooming in KK. Projects are the venue for corruption where overpricing, commission, etc are done to benefit a few well before it can benefit the people as a whole. For the first time the BN government has now been represented by more Sabahans & Sarawakians than the Peninsular Malaysians and the Federal now has started to listen Sabah & Sarawak, some sort like a pay back for all the natural resources, the oil & gas that Sabah & Sarawak had too little in return to enjoy for decades. Sadly the greedy get greedier and the cost of doing business in Malaysia is so high in the world standard due to these unnecessary cost of corruption.

  3. Yes,Musa Aman and his entire UMNO goons must be prosecuted and rot in JAIL.

    Terima kasih saudara DOC for highlighting this issue for us.

  4. Uproot them all....

  5. Is it confirm that Datuk Musa Involved or related to this case? I do really hope this is not true. They still investigate the truth of this case. And i think we should not say anything and blaming on Datuk Musa alone, until this case ends.

  6. Stop Blaming on Datuk Musa Aman Alone!!! This case is still running and yet we cannot blaming on Datuk Musa alone.

  7. There is no proof yet Datuk Musa Aman related to this case. Yet we don't know who is right and who is wrong. May be there is an agenda to bring him down. It is just a "maybe". But we can't say anything other than -go and proof you're not involved in this case Datuk, We are here on your back to support you. We still believe in you and we still remember what have you done for Sabahans (poverty eradication, new building, etc)- Go Datuk stand by the truth.

  8. Terima kenyataan Musa Aman sememangnya terlibat dengan rasuah!

  9. Now Sabahans begin to know where our state resources have gone reducing the state and its people being the poorest - to Musa's pockets. But the BIG question is: Had Sabahans learned anything or waken up from their promised land?

  10. Anwar Ibrahim - he cannot sing he cannot dance....
    By Hussein Hamid

    Anwar Ibrahim was born in August 1947. Me in October 1947. Two months separates us at birth-enough for me to be able to say that he is older, but possibly two or three lifetimes separates us knowing what he has gone through in his life.

    I remember the time when I wanted to meet up with him to find out what he was doing with his life. He was then teaching at one of the shop houses along Jalan Pantai - possible with Adabi if I am not mistaken. I did find him and he was indeed teaching and in slippers. At home that evening I casually told my father that I had met Anwar that afternoon. My father was then Director of CID. He stopped, looked at me and said sternly "Engkau tak ada kerja lain?" Whenever my father uses "engkau" when addressing me I knew that he was not amused. And he then went on to lecture me as to why it would be in my best interest to keep away from Anwar!

    Then I was away in Australia for a while and he became DPM. I was at Ampang Shopping center with my Family patiently letting my kids wander around Toy R Us. As we walked up to the counter to pay there was Anwar. We hug and he smiled that smile that light up his whole face and then he was gone again out of my life for a few more years. But always the familiarity of old classmates made for easy banter every time we meet.

    Then this time he was away for a while - six years I think - as the British like to say - At her Majesty's pleasure in Sungai Buloh. I was with one of UMNO ex Ketua Bahgian who had joined Keadilan when we heard that Anwar had been released and was at home. My friend wanted to immediately head for Anwar's house in Damansara to pay his respect. Would I like to come along? He asked. I said ok. We arrived and there were people everywhere. We got into line and waited our turn. We were told that Anwar was not well - that he was sitting down and that anytime he might need to rest. One hour of waiting in line I eventually stood in front of him. He looked up from his chair, again with that smile of his, stood up and gave me a hug oblivious to what pain he must have felt -we talked for a few seconds and mindful of the others waiting to see him, I excused myself and walked on.


  11. The last time I saw him was at a class get together in Bangsar - at Fauzi's house, a school mate of ours who was the host - a few years back. As always his arrival was greeted with good nature ribbing and for the son of one of our classmates who had not seen Anwar before - that was a real treat. We sat and talked and I could see that age had caught up with all of us - Anwar included. He looked not as robust as I though he would be - after all he has always looked good whenever he was on TV and photographed well. But sitting beside me he looked vulnerable.

    Was the pressure of living constantly under public and media gaze getting to him? Was UMNO getting to him? I could not imagine what he had to go through on a daily basis in what he chose to do - POLITICS. It is one thing to be DPM where everything is laid out for you, another to be in the opposition. He constantly referred to Azizah in conversation with us and we could see that Family meant a great deal with him. As we talked I found myself thinking what more has he got to endure before his work is done. I did not envy the situation he was in.

    But he had no regrets. No wanting to take his pound of flesh from those that have done him ill. A more spirited discourse came from him when we talked about Mahathir - but either he was in control of himself or that he did not think it worth his while to think to much of times gone by. The present was what mattered.

    At 63 I will not run if I can walk. Stand if I can sit. Talk if I can be quite. But Anwar has chosen the path less traveled. This path requires an uncommon resolve to move relentlessly ahead no matter what. He stands in front of crowds everyday. He meets more people then he can remember everyday and all this he does with a willingness that belittle his age. He could be anywhere he wants to be in the world and be welcomed by world leaders and acquaintances. He could be in business and be rich beyond our wildest dreams. Instead he chose to serve the nation. He chose to take us to the next election because if Anwar does not do so, who will take us? I am sure sometimes in his moment of solitude he must question his capacity to physically last the distance but his commitment to our cause is great. That will see him through and he has said that Azizah has done enough while he was away.

    This is a good man. As we all know he cannot sing well, neither can he dance well even if his life depended on it but he is decent man. I wish Najib and UMNO will do battle with him on a level playing filed. I wish they could have enough compassion in their hearts to accept that Anwar had gone though more that a baptism of fire - a baptism that neither Najib or Mahyuddin could ever imagine or endure. But then it that would be like asking Bush to go fight Saddam one on one. No shock or awe, no overwhelming force meeting defenseless people, no doctrine of Rapid Dominance, no weapon of mass destruction on stand by just in case they are needed....none of the above. Bush would never survive.

    We know that Anwar was with UMNO many years back. We do not know what he will be in the future. But this I know now. He and the other leaders in Pakatan Rakyat are the leaders we now have to lead us to the next General Election and they give us our best hope for a new beginning - without an UMNO that has already abused the trust we Malays placed in them many times over, without a corrupt PDRM, a cowered MACC, without a Government that steals from its people, without a Judiciary that does the bidding of its Political masters, without many of the injustices and unfairness that we now have. Are these not reason enough for us to give them the opportunity to do so?

  12. I am not going to write or mark on a bad things on someone name. This is because of i am sure that me cannot be a perfect person and i do make mistakes too. Writing on people bad, it is not make u a better person. So stop making a fire here blaming and writing nagative thought to someone that you don't know him well.

  13. Stop blaming!!! There's no proof yet so calm down :)

  14. Do not expect everyone to be perfect...
    So the best way for the time being-just wait & see:)
    Let's the authorities do their job first:)

  15. Ayoo come on la guys.. no need to marah2 bah, palis2 sakit jantung kama.. hehee