Nov 21, 2017

Oil: Kutesa was paid $500,000 bribe - US prosecutors

Uganda Foreign Affairs minister, Sam Kutesa was paid a $500,000 bribe in exchange for obtaining "business advantages" for a Chinese energy company while he served as president of the U.N. General Assembly from 2014 to 2015. According to criminal complaints brought against two former ministers of Hong Kong and Senegal who have been arrested in New York, Chi Ping Patrick Ho, Hong Kong’s former...

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