#RasuahBusters visits MRSM Kuantan to raise anti-corruption awareness among students

ANIS ZALANI
ANIS ZALANI
28 Jun 2022 08:03am
Pelajar bergambar bersama plakad antirasuah ketika menerima kunjungan Konvoi #RasuahBusters ke MRSM Kuantan, pada Isnin.
Pelajar bergambar bersama plakad antirasuah ketika menerima kunjungan Konvoi #RasuahBusters ke MRSM Kuantan, pada Isnin.
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KUANTAN - Rasuah Busters received warm welcomes from the students of Kuantan Mara Junior Science College (MRSM) during their visit to convey the anti-corruption message yesterday.

The school’s principle Mohd Zaki Abdul Rashid highlighted that the campaign was necessary to introduce corruption practices and abuse of power at school level.

Efforts via explanations and quizzes to attract the students in learning about the practices were commendable, he said.

"The explanation on corruption should be done in simple ways for them to understand what it is all about," he told Sinar.

Sinar Daily also approached some of the students and asked questions on corruption to measure their level of understanding when it comes to the practices among school students.

Form five student Ariff Muhammad Adam described corruption as something that should never be done by any individual or organisations in the country.

"Let’s just say everyone should try to avoid corruption as much as possible because it is bad and never be good.

"One of the prime example of corruption in our country is politics and the corrupt leaders that only makes the country fall apart," he said.

Meanwhile, his classmate Muhammad Ameer Zafree said corruption was an act from an individual to gain something beneficial from that other person as well as giving rewards for the person who helped them.

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"As a fellow youth that lives in the country, I believe there are many ways that I can do to raise awareness such as talking about it on social platforms such as Twitter and TikTok,” he said.

The Rasuah Busters convoy continues today in Kuantan.