Kenya rules on extradition to Jersey of two officials accused of 'hiding millions'

Mark Battersby
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Kenya's Supreme Court ruled on 5 November that its country's director of public prosecutions should be able to continue with extradition proceedings on a "priority basis" of two high-ranking Kenyan public officials accused of hiding corrupt cash worth millions in Jersey. The Bailiwick Express reported the news which had been broadcast on Kenyan TV, marking a decade since Jersey's authorities issued warrants for their arrest in 2011. Samuel Gichuru, the former CEO of Kenya's power company, and former Finance Minister Chris Okemo are accused of accepting bribes from foreign businesses t...

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