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Kenya’s Odinga Says Has Evidence Eurobond Funds Went Missing

  • The government is planning a second Eurobond sale in the fiscal year that begins on July 1.
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  • CORD leader Odinga says to provide evidence within weeks
  • Kenya’s main opposition party says it will produce evidence in coming weeks to support allegations that almost a third of the $2.82 billion the nation raised in its debut Eurobond sale two years ago has been misappropriated.
  • Raila Odinga, the leader of the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy, said the East African nation’s Auditor-General doesn’t have a paper trail to account for the transfer of the funds into the country.

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Kenya’s main opposition party says it will produce evidence in coming weeks to support allegations that almost a third of the $2.82 billion the nation raised in its debut Eurobond sale two years ago has been misappropriated.


Kenya’s Odinga Says Has Evidence Eurobond Funds Went Missing

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