Bareskrim unveils role of the accused in ACT embezzlement

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Ahyudin
The accused in the ACT Foundation embezzlement case, Ahyudin. (Source: Tribunnews)

Jakarta, IO – The National Police’s Criminal Investigation Department (Bareskrim) has named four accused in the alleged misappropriation and embezzlement of funds from philanthropic outfit Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation. The four accused are charged with embezzlement and/or abuse of office and/or criminal acts of information technology and electronic transactions and/or criminal acts in violation of law on foundation and/or money laundering.

National Police’s deputy director of the Special Economic Crimes Directorate (Dittipideskus) Police Commissioner Helfi Assegaf detailed the role of each perpetrator.

They are former ACT founder and president Ahyudin (A), current president Ibnu Khajar (IK), board member Hariyana Hermain (HH) and member of advisory council Novariadi Imam Akbari (NIA), reported Kompas on Tuesday (26/7).

Helfi revealed that the four accused received tens to hundreds of millions of salaries from donations. Every month, Ahyudin receives around Rp450 million, Ibnu Khajar around Rp150 million, while both Hariayana and Novariadi between Rp50 million to Rp100 million.