CHIEF Commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Tan Sri Abu Kassim Mohamed will be back on duty effective tomorrow after taking sick leave following the operation last two months.
Nevertheless, according to Tan Sri Abu Kassim, at the early stage he won’t be working full time.
“I was requested by my physician to not resume work full time for a month subsequent the operation.
“According to the doctor, my ailment will take three months to fully recover,” he said after Majlis Paluan Berundur and Retirement Ceremony of Deputy Chief Commissioner (Management and Professionalism), Dato' Sri Haji Zakaria Haji Jaffar in Malaysian Anti-Corruption Ceremony (MACA), Kuala Lumpur today.
Tan Sri Abu Kassim had undergone operation on last August 7 and was discharged from hospital on August 15.
Earlier in his speech Tan Sri Abu Kassim stated, his sick leave is supposed to end by October 16, 2015 (Friday).
However he decided to return to work earlier in order to solve important issues.
“Something that I start, I need to settle,” he said while added, he will manage those things in stages upon the physician’s advice.
The retirement ceremony of Dato' Sri Zakaria were attended by Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operation), Dato' Sri Mohd Shukri Abdull; Deputy Chief Commissioner (Prevention), Datuk Mustafar Ali; Deputy Chief Commissioner (Management and Professionalism), Dato' Mohd Jamidan Abdullah, Director of Divisions and States.
The retirement ceremony was commenced with an opening adress by MACC Top Management followed by the final punch-out by Dato' Sri Zakaria. He was then escorted by all MACC officers as farewell sign.
Because of his contribution, Dato’ Sri Zakaria was titled as “MACC Development Figure” by the MACC Top Management.
In today’s ceremony, Dato’ Sri Zakaria launched his new book entitled Man Ana: MACC Development Figure Memoir.
MALAYSIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION
OCTOBER 12, 2015