Investigators tracking the plunder of Kenya’s resources during the regime of former President Daniel arap Moi have discovered that between $1 billion and $4 billion were shipped abroad illegally. The man leading the investigation said Wednesday that the goal of the probe was to retrieve as much as possible. “We have reached a stage where the Kenyan people have a right to know that this is an issue that we are taking extremely seriously, and to which we are applying the very best resources available,” John Githongo, permanent presidential secretary for ethics and governance, told The Associated Press. Githongo said that when initial investigations indicated large amounts of money — taken from state-owned firms and from the illegal sale and transfer of government property — had been shipped outside the East African nation, his team sought assistance in February from the global security firm Kroll International. Full Story
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