The investigation on Standcom can be done in the Commission of Truth & Reconstruction. Joshua
My reply to target:
members must feel fortunate and express their thanks to Mary Vun for
conveying Albert Vun’s message to them. She said her husband had
forgiven their wrongdoings; her message, of course, appeared to be
somewhat provocative to most of the church members.
members are advised not to be irritated. In my opinion, the message
should be interpreted as his (Albert Vun) complaints against their
unfairness shown to him; that is, they have been hurling their criticism
and insults at him only while ignoring the other accomplices sitting in
the Standing Committee.
They must realize the fact that Albert
Vun alone could not siphon out such a huge sum of 30 over millions
Ringgit from the Diocese’ resources without the technical assistance
from those professional people in the SC.
In the Standing
Committee, there are two lawyers, one valuer, and one public accountant.
Very much to our regret, we find out that the two lawyers tend to go
against the law; the valuer does not fully understand how to value a
piece of land; and the public accountant fails to distinguish between
expenditure and fixed assets.
It is time to investigate the SC,
pressing them to conduct a forensic audit of the accounts is the only
way to recover the hugely misappropriated fund.
This is crying over spilt milk and unforgiveable as far as AVCF is concerned as he had stated his position very clearly while still alive since 2011 and with all those whistleblowing he could have obtained a second opinion rather than just state his "prerogative" power.
Now the audit of ADOS is unconstitutional done by an audit firm when the Constitution specifically state "honorary auditor".
As bishop then AVCF could have instituted a committee of inquiry as I had always demanded in three blogs.