Corruption sung

This song, ‘If only I were Gayus Tambunan’, has the potential of being a chart-topper in Malaysia. Or at the very least, it would serve as a grim reminder to us Malaysians of corruption that inflicts society big time.

It is sung by an Indonesian ex-convict, Bona Paputungan, who was inspired by the exploits of Indonesian tax official Gayus Tambunan.

Gayus was jailed last week for seven years and fined approximately US$34,000 (RM105,000) for corruption and abuse of official position. He still faces several other charges and trials.

For full report, see here.

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