Has anyone heard that there is an ongoing tussle between two companies that has been short listed for the supply of a War Game Training Simulator for the Army? The news that is around the 'market', is that a senior army officer who apparently has a say at decision making, is adamant that the company where a member of his family has interest, be awarded the contract.
This news apparently, is known to a number of officers within the army, but I suppose, there is a fear among these officers of a serious consequences, should the news be leaked out.
I am thoroughly confused that such blatant abuse of power by senior army officers be allowed to go on shamelessly. I dare the senior army officer concern (should he finds this article) to resign his commission now, or face the wrath of his officers, and be a subject of ridiculed by his men.
I did mention in some of my early writings, that being an officer of the armed forces demands full commitment to the solemn pledge that one makes upon joining the armed forces i.e. to defend the nation in times of war, and to remain loyal to the king. To indulge in businesses of any kind, or to abuse the powers than one has for pecuniary intent, must be avoided at all costs.
Now, will the MACC find it necessary to launch an investigation into the above matter? If they do, just start the investigation from the top, and then proceed to look at the findings of the evaluation report on the War Game Training Simulator. MACC may also wish to investigate the two companies that was short listed, to understand the personalities involved in the bidding for the contract.
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