First Travel Pays Umrah For Artist Syahrini

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, March 19 2018 - 15:00 IWST

Penyanyi Syahrini (Foto Ist)
Penyanyi Syahrini (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Depok - Former travel agency Umrah First Travel acknowledged Umrah's fee for artist Syahrini paid by his company.

This was revealed by former First Travel Officer Atika Adinda Putri who witnessed in the trial at the District Court of Depok City, West Java, Monday (19/3/2018).

"Yes I pay for Syahrini Umrah, including other pilgrims who have signed up," Atikah said when the panel of judges asked it.

Judge Sobandi asked how much to pay Syarini Umrah, but Atikah did not know how much was paid specifically for Syahrini.

"Payment is at once with other pilgrims, so I do not know exactly the amount of payment for Syahrini," he said.

In addition to paying Umrah for Syahrini, Atikah also claimed to have paid the hotel for the activities of defendant Andika when in England.

Atikah also explained during 2017-2018 recorded 75,700 Umrah pilgrims, both who have paid the down payment and the paid.

While other witness Dennys Julien as First Travel manifest staff said based on data from November 2016 to June 2017 as many as 28 thousand pilgrims to be dispatched promo umrah.

First Travel Session this time JPU presents 12 former First Travel employees from various fields and also from various regions such as from Sidoarjo, Bandung and also Bali.

The twelve men are Dennys Juliens, Atika adinda daughter, Rakhmawati princess, Nur halimah, Tita Sri Rubianti, Edi iskandar, Chindy Andini. Furthermore Agus santoso, Galih Firmansyah, Isni Yulianti, Novi Fatheka Trisnawati, and Ayu Indriyani. (Ant)

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