The Shafee Yahaya Story: Estate Boy to aca Chief

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By Kalsom Taib Published by Kalsom Taib Publishing 396 pages

THIS NARRATIVE ABOUT Datuk Shafee Yahaya, former Anti Corruption Agency (ACA) chief who assumed the position from June 16, 1994 to September 11, 1998, written by his wife, Datin Kalsom Taib, relates the story of an ordinary civil servant who began his career as assistant district officer (ADO) of Kuala Langat, then as private secretary to Tun Abdul Razak and Datuk Hussein Onn, followed by a long service in the National Security Council. He subsequently served in the National Housing Department and the Public Service Department before becoming head of the ACA four years before his retirement.


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