Mirza Bagaskara, Jakarta – The Corruption Eradication Commission or KPK seized Rp50.7 billion in the graft case of inactive Papua Governor Lukas Enembe.
KPK head of news section Ali Firi said the confiscation was executed by KPK investigators during the development of the Lukas Enembe case. The anti-graft institution also froze bank accounts worth tens of billions related to Lukas Enembe.
"In addition, the investigators' team also froze cash in bank accounts of around Rp81.8 billion and Sin$31,559," Ali said in a written statement on Friday, March 17.
KPK investigators also examined 90 witnesses in this case. "Including querying for information from digital forensic experts, forensic accounting experts, and from health experts," he said.
Besides, Ali went on to say that KPK investigators also seized goods related to the Lukas Enembe case. In total, there were four cars and a number of rings of gemstones.
Lukas Enembe was entangled in bribery of several development projects in Papua Province. KPK suspects him of accepting a bribe of Rp1 billion and other gratification worth Rp10 billion.
KPK named PT Tabi Bangun Papua director, Rijantono Lakka, a suspect as the briber of Lukas Enembe.