What started as a fledgling cause earlier this year, #RasuahBusters has now grown into a groundswell movement supported by a few million members from 200 organizations across the national landscape.
The ‘Coalition of the Willing’ has been meeting regularly to discuss, debate and formulate strategies in streamlining their efforts against corruption, while promoting good governance and integrity across institutions and Malaysians.
The focus has been to unite under the banner of Malaysia Tanpa Rasuah calling corruption a “moral pandemic” that is crippling the nation and must be reversed.
Datuk Hussamuddin Yaacub, Core Team Leader of #RasuahBusters, says,
“The rehabilitation from this corruption culture should be carried out in a holistic manner and takes into account the views of every member in the Coalition, who understand their respective target segments best.”
“I am encouraged by the massive support from every spectrum of our society, including the youth of Malaysia who are committed to fusing integrity into their belief system. Even though our journey has just begun, I pray there will be no place for corruption to hide anymore.”
#RasuahBusters, together with its partners, is taking proactive steps to succeed in its core strategy by activating the following campaign-triggers and handles:
Datuk Hussamuddin explains that apart from the coalition partners continuing their respective missions, “They will also make Malaysia Tanpa Rasuah their war cry and main agenda to drive moral and value transformation by highlighting that corruption is a common enemy that we cannot simply brush aside anymore.”
#RasuahBusters and its Coalition of the Willing are organising many programs to achieve its objectives and encourages interested parties to come forward and work together to turn this into a national achievement by Malaysians, for Malaysians.
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