Former F&B manager at Ikea cleared of corruption charges

Former F&B manager at Ikea cleared of corruption charges
Mr Chris Leng Kah Poh (above), a former food and beverage (F&B) manager at Ikea, walked out of court a free man on Wednesday after the High Court acquitted him of corruption.

SINGAPORE - Mr Chris Leng Kah Poh, 52, had been sentenced to two years' jail in February after he was found guilty of 80 corruption charges for accepting $2.3 million in bribes to favour a food supplier to the furniture chain. He appealed against his conviction and sentence last month.


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