Saudi Gazette report
Riyadh — Saudi Arabia’s Directorate of Supervision and Anti-Corruption (Nazaha) said it had arrested 78 people on charges of bribery, counterfeiting and money laundering.
Nazaha’s statement was issued in the month of Dhul-Hijjah, 1443 AH, upon the announcement that Nazaha had filed a number of criminal and administrative cases.
Six ministries were confirmed to have conducted 3,207 surveillance rounds: Defense, Interior, Health, Justice, Education, Municipalities, Rural Affairs, and Housing.
It said 78 people had been arrested and 116 had been investigated for multiple crimes, noting that some of the 78 detainees had been released on bail.
During the surveillance round, Nazaha said the most prominent financial and administrative corruption crimes it monitored were bribery, abuse of power, counterfeiting, and money laundering.
In order to protect and preserve public money, Nazaha cooperates with everyone who discovers violations or suspicions of financial or administrative corruption by reporting them through the toll free number: 980 — or email: 980 I am calling you. @Nazaha.gov.sa. Worlddakkam