Seated UNJ Lecturer Gibran and Kaesang report to KPK – Nach Welt

Solo Mayor Gibran Rakabuming Raka with Deputy Mayor Teguh Prakosa after a meeting in Solo City Hall on Monday (April 19, 2021). (Source: Tribune Solo)

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.TV – The Anti-Corruption Commission (KPK) has received a report on allegations of corruption and / or money laundering with the reported party Gibran Rakabuming Raka and his younger brother Kaesang Pangarep.

The party that reported the two children of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) to the KPK was a lecturer at Jakarta State University (UNJ) who is also an activist 98, Ubedilah Badrun.

Ubedilah suspected corruption, collusion and nepotism (KKN) in his report when the two presidential children founded a joint venture with a high-ranking subsidiary of PT SN in February 2019.

Ubedilah said Gibran, Kaesang and the son of a senior PT SM officer were very clearly involved in the alleged KKN because of a capital injection from a venture firm.

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“Because it is impossible for a new company, the president’s son is injected with capital investment funds from a venture company that is also networked with PT SM. Funding was paid out twice. The figure is close to about 99.3 billion rupees. ” Future, ”said Ubedilah on Monday (October 1st, 2021) in the KPK building.

Ubedilah also stated that Gibran and Kaesang subsequently bought shares in a company for a fantastic amount of 92 billion rupees that deserves to be questioned.

“A young person who has just started a company can easily get an investment in a fantastic figure if he’s not the president’s son,” he said.

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Ubedilah also ruled that the KPK should also summon President Jokowi to make allegations of corruption and money laundering, which he clearly reported.

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