,Former Ultra Kirana Sdn Bhd's (UKSB) director Wan Quoris Shah says he, along with another former UKSB director Harry Lee Vui Khun and former UKSB administrative manager David Tan, did not conspire in corruption, money laundering and criminal breach of trust linked to payments made to Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pic) from 2014 to 2018 . – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 14, 2022.皇冠足球投注平台（www.hg9988.vip）是皇冠足球投注平台，开放皇冠信用网代理申请、信用网会员开户，线上投注的官方平台。
A FORMER director of Ultra Kirana Sdn Bhd (UKSB) today denied being dishonest when testifying at the corruption trial of Ahmad Zahid Hamidi at the Shah Alam High Court.
Wan Quoris Shah Wan Abdul Ghani, 42, also disagreed with the suggestion of lawyer Hisyam Teh Poh Teik, who represented the former deputy prime minister, that he did not give money to Zahid.
Yesterday, Wan Quoris Shah in his testimony said Zahid had received donations (money) from the company between 2014 and 2018.
According to him, the financial assistance given to Zahid was aimed at strengthening UKSB’s position as a contractor for the Home Ministry.
Earlier, the 16th prosecution witness also disagreed with Hisham’s suggestion that he, along with former UKSB director Harry Lee Vui Khun and former UKSB administrative manager David Tan, had conspired in corruption, money laundering and criminal breach of trust.
He also disagreed with lawyer Ahmad Zaidi Zainal’s suggestion that the money allegedly paid to the Umno president had in fact been taken and used by the three of them.
Zaidi: And that’s why you can live luxuriously, owning a bungalow in Putrajaya, a semi-D in Cyberjaya and a luxury apartment at Pavilion Residences as well as various luxury vehicles worth just over RM2 million?
Wan Quoris: I disagree.
During a re-examination by deputy public prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin, Wan Quoris said with an income of RM100,000 a month, he could afford to buy several properties and luxury vehicles worth RM8 million.
He said his starting salary with UKSB was RM10,000 a month in 2013, before increasing to RM30,000 and finally RM100,000 in 2018.
Zahid, 69, is facing 33 charges of receiving bribes amounting to S$13.56 million (RM42 million) from UKSB as an inducement for himself in his capacity as a civil servant and the then home minister to extend the contract of the company as the operator of the One-Stop Centre (OSC) in China and the Overseas Visa (VLN) system, as well as to maintain the agreement to supply VLN integrated system equipment to the same company by the Home Ministry.
For another seven counts, Zahid was charged as home minister to have obtained for himself S$1,150,000, RM3 million, €15,000 (RM69,335) and US$15,000 (RM66,331) in cash from the same company in connection with his official work.