Former CBK officials charged with fraud

A Kenyan court on Monday 20 March charged five former senior officials, including former Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) governor Eric Kotut, with fraud and theft in the east African country's biggest corruption scandal.

"You are charged with stealing from the central bank, the sum of 5,8-billion Kenyan shillings, property of the government of Kenya," Aggrey Muchelule, Nairobi's chief magistrate, told the five.

Former spy chief James Kanyotu, former central bank governor Eric Kotut, his ex-deputy

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