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A witness in the trial of former Sabah infrastructure development minister Peter Anthony told the Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur today that he felt he had been cheated by the politician over the maintenance and services work project for mechanical and electrical (M&E) systems at Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).
Former Ulink Property Sdn Bhd chairperson Abdullah Mohd Said, 66, said as a result of the alleged cheating in the contract, he was also subjected to disciplinary action and fined by the UMS management, and also made to switch positions from being UMS’ registrar to the chairperson of a UMS subsidiary company in 2015.
“In this context, I was very affected after being cheated by Peter (above) as our (UMS and Peter’s company, Asli Jati Engineering Sdn Bhd) objective of cooperating was for a smart partnership, but what got approved was the renewal of the mechanical and electrical (M&E) systems’ maintenance and services contract to Asli Jati,” he said in a dejected tone.
Abdullah said the smart partnership programme was initiated by Peter, one that would involve cooperation between Ulink Property and Asli Jati, in which the company was to construct a building at UMS’ Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) under its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme for skills training and short-term courses.
The ninth prosecution witness said this when replying to deputy public prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin in the trial of the former Sabah minister who is facing charges of using false documents relating to the contract. Peter is the managing director of Asli Jati Engineering.
Abdullah also informed that he lodged a report at the Putatan Police Station, Penampang, Sabah on March 27 because he had been harassed by Peter and his representatives through phone calls and short messaging service in several incidents between Nov 6, 2017, and May 25, 2021.
He told the court that the harassment included being asked to contact him over a case being handled by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and to affirm the contents of a document as true, in which he (Abdullah) declined to do so.
Meanwhile, former UMS deputy vice-chancellor (Academic and International) Shariff Abd Kadir Shariff Omang, 66, told the court that he too felt cheated by Peter, who had asked him to sign two letters of recommendation that were supposedly meant for the ‘smart partnership’ between Ulink Property and Asli Jati Engineering, which eventually turned out to be for the contract renewal.
Recalling incidents that took place in early July 2014, Shariff said along with Abdullah, he had met the UMS vice-chancellor, Mohamad Harun Abdullah to inform about the ‘smart partnership’ programme.
“Datuk Abdullah and I told Datuk Mohamad Harun that a recommendation letter will be issued because this cooperation will bring benefit to UMS,” Shariff, who was also subject to disciplinary action because of the recommendation letter he signed, said.