When ATP and SDGM signed the RM306M Turnkey Contract, Chair Swing Ride(known as family swing ride in supplementary contract no. 1), Cartoon factory and the development of Adventurers IP were part of the turnkey contract. Continue reading “My 14th question to Zambry – why did he allow 3 rides and attractions to be carried forward from the Turnkey Contract to Supplementary Contract No. 1?”
The Special Internal Audit Report on MAPS revealed that a RM22M supplementary contract no. 1 has been signed to expand MAPS even when the original RM306M Turnkey contract has yet to be completed. Continue reading “My 13th question to Zambry – Why did Zambry allow ATP to sign a RM22M supplementary contract to expand MAPS when the original RM306M Turnkey Contract has not been completed?”
The special internal Audit Report on MAPS in section 4.3.1 stated that the proposed works under the supplementary contract no. 1 has not been properly completed by SDGM. Continue reading “My 12th question to Zambry – Why did SDGM fail to complete MAPS construction despite being paid a hefty amount of RM413M and the total actual cost of MAPS construction ballooned to RM607M?”
The special Internal Audit Report on MAPS Section 4.2.4 stated that the architect, who provided certification of work completion on SDGM’s progress claim, at the same time also held the position of Design Director of SDGM. Continue reading “My 11th question to Zambry – Why did ATP appoint SDGM Design Director as an “independent” architect firm to provide certification on SDGM’s progress claim?”
The special internal audit report on MAPS Section 4.2.3 stated that there was a possibility that the consultancy services rendered by QS1 to ATP were similar with the one provided by QS1 to SDGM. Continue reading “My tenth question to Zambry – Why did ATP appoint a quantity surveyor who rendered consultancy services to SDGM which were similar to those provided to ATP?”
The special internal audit report on MAPS section 4.2.2 stated that there were instances where payment was made to SDGM even though supporting document could not be sighted.
A total of RM12M were paid to SDGM for 9 progress claims without any supporting documents. This shows that there is a breakdown of the control process in making payment to SDGM.
It is also stated in the special internal audit report that the physical sighting of the construction for the RM12M progress claims could not be sighted.
I urge Zambry to explain how RM12M can be paid to SDGM without any supporting documents. The approval of these payments to SDGM is a total disregard of the control process. Making payments without any supporting document will expose ATP to potential fraud claims by SDGM.
Zambry must explain the control mechanism set in place for the total RM413M payments to SDGM and whether all these control process were followed to ensure that all payments made were genuine payments.
Media Statement by Chairman of the Audit Committee Perak Corporation Berhad and Keranji State Assemblyman Chong Zhemin on 1 April 2019.
The Special Internal Audit on MAPS section 4.2.1 stated that the proposed works under the turnkey contract has not been properly completed by SDGM. Continue reading “My eight question to Zambry – Why SDGM failed to complete the proposed MAPS construction works despite being paid RM413M by ATP?”
The Special Internal Audit Report on MAPS section 3.4 outlined the actual project cost of MAPS. It is stated in the audit report that ATP has paid a total of RM413M to SDGM in direct payments and also payments on behalf. Continue reading “My seventh question to Zambry – How can SDGM went into liquidation after receiving RM413M from ATP in direct payments and payments on behalf?”
Zambry finally came out from hiding yesterday and accused me of subjecting him to a “trial by the media” over the RM217M cost overrun of the MAPS project. Continue reading “My sixth question to Zambry – how stating facts in the internal audit report and questioning the decisions made in the MAPS project is subjecting him to a “trial by the media”?”
The special internal audit report on MAPS in section 4.1.1 stated that the decision by PCB to become majority shareholders through PCBD was not been backed by a proper feasibility study. Continue reading “My fifth question to Zambry – Zambry must explain why no feasibility study has been carried out prior to undertake the RM607M MAPS project?”