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Hold joint declaration of CIP, says Jabu

on 08 April 2015.

Mohamad Kadim (second right) leading Unimas staff in reciting the CIP
Mohamad Kadim (second right) leading Unimas staff in reciting the CIP.

KOTA SAMARAHAN: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfred Jabu has suggested that all institutions of higher learning in the state jointly adopt the corporate integrity pledge (CIP).

“I will discuss with the state secretary (Tan Sri Datuk Amar Mohamad Morshidi Abdul Ghani) to see if they can come together at Unimas (to sign the CIP), instead of them doing it separately,” he said.

Jabu, who is Unimas pro-chancellor, said this during a press conference after representing Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem to witness the signing of the CIP by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) at the university, here, yesterday.

During the ceremony, Unimas also launched its ‘Towards Strengthening of Integrity in Financial Management’ programme.

Jabu was happy that Unimas was at the forefront by becoming the first public university in East Malaysia and fourth among the 20 public universities in the country to adopt CIP, which to him demonstrated Unimas’ commitment to integrity.

Earlier, Adenan, in his text of speech read out by Jabu, commended Unimas for signing the CIP, which he said put Unimas among the public universities that uphold high integrity.

“I hope with this initiative, the first element of leakages in avoiding corruption will be fully eradicated so that the country’s transformation agenda can be achieved.

“We will always conduct monitoring, as suggested by MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) that is periodic monitoring will be conducted six months after the pledge has been signed,” he said.

Adenan said it was vital for the people to enhance their ethics and integrity, besides exhibiting strong moral, religious and spiritual values in order for the community and nation to be developed.

He also said the community had a role to play in strengthening integrity values to achieve the mission of the National Integrity Plan, adding that it was important for every individual in the country to cultivate integrity so that the country could continue to progress and be a competitive and respected nation.

“I believe integrity should be cultivated since young by parents and family before a child enters school. The teaching of religious and moral values is important to mould a human with high moral and integrity,” Adenan said.

Among those present at the Unimas CIP signing ceremony were MACC deputy chief commissioner (management and professionalism) Datuk Zakaria Jaffar, Unimas board of directors chairman Datu Dr Hatta Solhi, federal financial officer Datu Jabidah Monseri and Unimas vice chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Mohamad Kadim Suaidi.

Source: The Borneo Post

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