Four Kenyans jailed for life in South Sudan after stealing money from the President's Office!


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Jan 20, 2016
Four Kenyans are still languishing in jail in South Sudan after diplomatic efforts to have them released failed.

The families of the four, who were jailed for life for fraud and money laundering, are now appealing to President Uhuru Kenyatta to intervene politically, saying they have exhausted all legal and diplomatic channels.

Boniface Chuma, Ravi Ghaghda, Anthony Keya and Anthony Wazome — together with 12 South Sudanese all former employees of Click Technologies in Juba — were in June jailed for fraudulently acquiring $14 million belonging to the office of President Salva Kiir.

They had been enjoined in a case in which their boss, John Agou, who used to work as a senior security officer in President Kiir’s office, was accused of forging documents bearing the president’s signature to secure financial approvals from the country’s central bank.

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