FRIDAY, 17 APRIL – The Anti-Corruption Secretariat of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (SPRUMS) in collaboration with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Sabah recently organised a ‘Let’s Combat Corruption’ Programme.
The programme was also supported by Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) that aimed to benefit the target groups on the dangers of corruption and its impact on the community administration.
According to the programme coordinator, Kim Asbiyallah Shah Akim, the programme ran for five days and involved students from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Sultan Alauddin Riayat Shah 1 Pagoh, Johor and Saito College Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
“The organisation of the programme is an approach by SPRUMS to share experiences and ideas on the implementation of the programme with the Anti-Corruption Agency of Public Universities (UA) and other Higher Education Institutions (IPT),” he said when contacted by media after the programme.
He said the programme had provided space for UMS students, USIM Prevention Secretariat and Student Representative Council Saito College to exchange ideas and strategies of the programme in getting the right information on corruption.
Kim added, through the programme, the target group would be able to understand the effects of drug abuse through the talks and activities conducted.
“The ‘Let’s Combat Corruption’ Programme which was participated by 14 SPRUMS representatives also visited the MACC office in Putrajaya and was welcomed by the Director of Education and Community, Dato’ Shamsun Baharin Mohd Jamil,” she concluded. – ZMD (fl)
Source: Student Affairs Department
Media and Citra Division
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