Kenya governor caught up in hotel probe

Njuguna Ndung'u, the governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, is reportedly facing allegations of defamation and has become embroiled in investigations into the controversial sale of a Nairobi Hotel.

The government-owned Grand Regency Hotel was recently sold to Libyan buyers for what anti-graft campaigners claim was a knock-down price of Sh2.9 billion ($43.4m).

The claims have prompted a presidential inquiry. The Daily Nation, a Kenyan newspaper, reported that Ndung'u would be questioned as par

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