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Wednesday , October 21 2020

Customs chief vows to fight corruption, warns staff, beneficiaries, collaborators

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 26: The director of the Kuwait General Administration of Customs (KGAC), Jamal Al-Jalawi, has warned the corrupt employees, their beneficiaries and their collaborators of serious consequences saying it is natural that “we face an attack, a lie here and a lie there when we confront corruption in the administration,” reports Al-Rai daily.

Al-Jalawi told the daily, the Customs Department is well managed by the brothers in the administration,”we have a clear methodology and plans with specific dates we implement, and we automate 98 percent of the work of the General Administration of Customs and thus all our work has become mechanized.” In response to a question about the attack on him may discourage him from working, Al-Jalawi said: “The attacks preoccupy us and disrupt us sometimes, but the reasons are known to all, and after our fight against the imbalances and corruption in the administration, this disturbs the corrupt and the beneficiaries of certain actions. “We face attack and slander and lies, but thank God this will not deter us, we will eradicate all corruption and the corrupt and those who cooperate with them will lose their jobs. We have a clear methodology to abide by,” he added.

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