Adam Rosly loses appeal to set aside conviction, six months' jail, fine

The Court of Appeal has upheld the conviction and six months' jail term and RM30,000 fine on former Ampang Angkatan Muda Keadilan (AMK) chief, Datuk Adam Rosly Abdullah for giving false statements and submitting fake documents to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).


Ampang PKR Youth Chief Involvement in Money Laundering Activities
Adam Rosly Abdullah was accused of acquiring massive wealth through dubious means. He was later found guilty of submitting fake documents and giving false statements to the investigation officers.

Directly implicated parties

Adam Rosly Abdullah
Adam Rosly bin Abdullah is the former Youth Chief for People's Justice Party (PKR) Ampang DIvision

Indirectly implicated parties

Implicated parties through circumstantance

Zuraida Kamaruddin
Hajjah Zuraida binti Kamaruddin is a Malaysian politician, and former Member of Parliament for Ampang

Disclosing Parties



Bernama,  (02 Mar, 2021).  Adam Rosly loses appeal to set aside conviction, six months' jail, fine.  Retrieved 08 Mar, 2021,  from



The false statements were related to his career as a businessman, his income, luxury vehicles, RM1.2 million bungalow in Kampung Melayu, Ampang which was bought in cash, RM200,000 loan from his mother-in-law and late grandmother, and RM500,000 loan from an “Ah Long”.

On the other four charges, he allegedly used two fake loan agreement documents from two individuals and two cash vouchers from his company, Gegas Mentari Holding Sdn Bhd, to mislead the MACC investigating officers, an offence under Section 89 of the same Act.

He allegedly committed the offences at the MACC headquarters at the Federal Government Administrative Centre, Putrajaya, between 9 am and 12.15 pm on Feb 10, 2017 and between 9 am and 2 pm on Feb 22, the same year.