COMMENT | Memories – good and bad – will continue to remind one of past experiences, encounters and happenstances.
As events occur and new discoveries are revealed, they allow an individual to look back and trace the course of events.
It gives one the opportunity to ask: Did I make the right decisions?
It also enables members of the public to make an educated judgment on that individual.
For former Malaysian Anti-Corruption (MACC) chief Abu Kassim Mohamed (photo, above), it has become a full circle.
Treated like an outcast and accused of being disloyal and passing information on a series of misdeeds, he saw himself unceremoniously removed from office and booted “upstairs” to open a non-existent Faculty of Integrity at the Universiti ITM with no budget and no staff...