‘Zero tolerance’ against corruption


Over 2,000 employees of Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) have voluntarily taken Corruption Free Pledge or ‘Ikrar Bebas Rasuah’, as part of the university’s effort in fortifying its policy against bribery and corruption.

The signing of the pledge was led by UniKL Head Integrity & Governance Unit (IGU), Abd Latif Osman and witnessed by the Head of the University Branch at Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Education Division, Senior Assistant Commissioner Tuan Mohd Nur Lokman Samingan, today (9 December 2022).

Also participating in the pledge were the top management of UniKL including the President/Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Dr Roziah Omar.

The ceremony was live-streamed from UniKL Chancellery with staff from 11 other campuses taking pledges online.

For the record, it was also organised in conjunction with International Anti-Corruption Day 2022 which is celebrated worldwide every December 9th since 2003.

The ‘Corruption Free Plegde’ is another step forward for UniKL to uphold and promote good corporate governance after launching the Organisational Anti-Corruption Plan (OACP) on October 5th.

The five-year anti-corruption plan sets out 91 short and long-term initiatives in a bid to curb corruption, integrity and governance within the organisation.


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