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At KL High Court, no third parties come to claim more than RM500,000 belonging to Alvin Goh, Addy Kana’s wife


The notices of motion to that effect were filed against the relevant respondents by the public prosecutor last September 29. — Picture by Shafwan Zaidon
The notices of motion to that effect were filed against the relevant respondents by the public prosecutor last September 29. — Picture by Shafwan Zaidon

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 — No third parties appeared in the High Court here today to claim more than RM500,000 that was seized by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) from businessman Alvin Goh Leong Yeong and the wife of “Datuk Addy Kana”, Alyaa Syuhaila Mohamad Shariff as well as a few of their companies.

The notices of motion to that effect were filed against the relevant respondents by the public prosecutor last September 29.

They are Goh, 34, his companies — Malaysian House of Internet Sdn Bhd and Networld Computer (KL) Sdn Bhd, and Alyaa Syuhaila, 35, and her company, Nine Nine International Sdn Bhd.

MACC deputy public prosecutor (DPP), Ahmad Akram Gharib assisted by MACC DPP Maziah Mohaide informed the court that the notices for the third parties were gazetted on January 13 and were filed in court the next day (January 14).

“However, no third parties appeared in court today,” he said during case management before Judge Mohamed Zaini Mazlan. — Bernama



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