KAJANG 20 April – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission succeeded in winning with excellence in two categories of the Shooting Competition Among the Corporate Communication Units of Enforcement Agencies 2019 that was held today at the Kajang Prison College .
Organised by the Strategic Communication Division and the Security Divsion of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). PPs Mohd. Ridhwan Ezanee Rahmat who represented the Commission emerged as the champion of the invidual category.
Comander Mazlan Minhat of the Royal Malysian Navy (TLDM) was the first runner up, while the second runner up is Kenn Mccluskee Anak Kebon Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (APMM).
Once again, MACC secured the championship for the team category defeating the Malaysian Prision Department who came out as the first runner up followed by the Malaysian Royal Police as the second runner up.
Datuk Seri Azam Baki, Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operation) was present to officiate the event.
In his speech during the official opening, he commended the program as a effective approach to establish a cooperation between the agencies.
“Corporate communications units serve an important role in disseminating agendas within their respective agencies.
“Supports and assistance from various agencies would also allow us to ease with speed the discharge of our responsibilities, and as a matter fact this will allow for effective internal communication in these agencies,” he added.
The program was also attended by Director of Kajang Prison, Abdul Halim Ma-Hasan; Director of Strategic Communications MACC, KPKPj Ismajuri Ismail and Director, Security Division MACC, TPj Mohammad Soib Abdullah.
A total of 11 agencies participated in the competition, which as organised for the very first time. The agencies are PDRM, TLDM, APMM, Malaysia Prison Department, Road Transportation Department (JPJ), Malaysian Ministry of Defene (Mindef), Malaysia Fire & Rescure Department (JBPM), Malaysia Immigration Department (JIM), Royal Malaysian Custom Department (JKDM), Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) and Perbadanan Putrajaya (PPj).
MACC was also among the best three in the team for clay event, where the Prison Department emerged as the champion and the Royal Malaysian Custom Department was the first runner up.