Continuation trial of electronic ID card (e-KTP) corruption with Andi Narogong as a convict at the Anti-Corruption Court, Jakarta, Monday (25/9). (ANTARA)
Director of PT Quadra Solution, Anang S Sugihardjo, and Chairman of Gunung Agung, Made Oka Masagung, once had a business transaction for a pharmaceutical company in Singapore. The anti-graft commission (KPK) prosecutors suspect that the company is fake.
"We believe that the company is fake," said KPK prosecutor Irene Putri after a trial at the Jakarta Anti-Corruption Court, Jalan Bungur Besar Raya, Central Jakarta, Monday (25/9).
However, Irene didn’t mention the name of the company. The trial reveals that Gunung Agung Chairman Made Oka Masagung once purchased shares of a pharmaceutical company worth US$2 million through Multicom. Multicom is a company found by Director of PT Quadra Solution, Anang S Sugihardjo.
The trial also reveals that the shares purchase was canceled as the company doesn’t have any license from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Despite this, Irene said they will seek the truth about the returned US$2 million.
Previously, PT Quadra Solution Financial Director Willy Nusantara Najoan said the money in e-KTP project is reportedly flowing to a pharmaceutical company in Singapore. Willy said that Oka and Anang sent an amount of money.
"Both of them sent an amount of money. Multikom sent USD 2 million to Mr. Oka. If I’m not mistaken, it’s (sent through a company) Delta Energy Singapura for purchasing the shares of Neural Pharmaceutical, a pharmaceutical company," Willy stated when he gave a testimony for Andi Narogong at the Jakarta Anti-Corruption Court, Jalan Bungur Besar Raya, Central Jakarta, Monday (25/9).
After that, the prosecutor questioned whether the money worth US$2 million that was once sent Oka came from the e-KTP project. However, Willy didn’t come up with a clear answer.
"There’s a dividend, Rp31 billion. Does the Rp31 billion money come from e-KTP project, it could be or maybe not," he explained. (dtc/mfb)