By Dolores Cowburn A JERSEY bank account owned by a former Tanzanian minister could be investigated by the Serious Fraud Office, following the announcement of plans to prosecute British Aerospace. A statement released by the SFO yesterday said that it intended to seek the UK Attorney Generals consent to prosecute in relation to alleged overseas corruption. It follows the investigation carried out by the SFO into the business activities of BAE Systems in Africa and Eastern Europe. It is understood that Tanzanias former infrastructure minister, Andrew Chenge, had £504,000 in a Jersey account that allegedly came from BAE. Mr Chenge was the poverty-stricken countrys infrastructure minister when it bought a £28 million radar system from BAE. Jersey authorities, including the Jersey Financial Services Commission and the Joint Financial Crimes Unit, have previously refused to comment on the subject.