TERENGGANU, 20 April – Deputy Chief Commissioner (Prevention), Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, today said that students and youth of the nation are future leaders.
“Students are important assets as they will be the future leaders that will provide the leadership of tomorrow. Therefore, it is imperative that they are developed to be capable front for our nation today and in the future,” he added.
He also urged that the students who attended todays event will continue to be comitted in providing a leadership that is holistic and not simply excel in their academia. They must be prinpipled with good values that include the repudiation of corruption.
He was delivering his speech at the Eastern Zone of the Students Anti-Corruption Convention [Konvensyen Mahasiswa Antirasuah (KoMawAR)] here today.
Appoximately 2000 students that include student leaders from both public and private universities in Trengganu, Kelantan and Pahang, attented the convention that was held at Al-Muktafi Billah Shah Hall, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA), Kuala Terengganu.
KoMawAR that carried the theme “Sutdents of the New Malaysia Rejects Corruption” was organised by the Community Education Department of MACC in conjunction with UniSZA.
The KoMawAR program ia another realisation of the leaders aspirations towards strengthening the people of Malysia’s voice in establishing a corruption free nation.
Director of Community Education Division, TPj Tuan Ruslan Tuan Mat; State Director of MACC Pahang, TPj Mohamad Fauzi Husin; State Director of MACC Terengganu, KPKPj Mohd. Zaki Hassan; State Director of MACC Kelantan, KPKPj Ramli Ismail and Deputy Vice Chancellor, Students & Alumni Affairs of UniSZA,Profesor Madya Dr Mohd Afandi Salleh were also present at the event.