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Comoros: The former president Sambi questioned by the gendarmerie in Anjouan after his revelations that a Hitman might have been engaged to eliminate him and heard a case of embezzlement of public funds




Comoros: The former president Sambi questioned by the gendarmerie in Anjouan after his revelations that a Hitman might have been engaged to eliminate him and heard a case of embezzlement of public funds
The former President of Comoros, Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi, who has left the reins of power in May 26, 2011, after five years, replaced by Dhoinine Ikililou, has been heard on Tuesday 20 August by the brigade research of the gendarmerie of Mutsamudu at Anjouan.

A simple hearing which lasted about two hours where the former strongman of Comoros had to explain himself to the police on the remarks he had made at a press conference on last Sunday at his resident in Goungwamwe in Mutsamudu.

Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi announced that his life was threatened and that a Hitman has been hired to eliminate him.

The former president of the Comoros have also been questioned about his role in the use of funds to the tune of 5 billion Comorian francs (10,130,552 euros) by Saudi Arabia to finance social housing in the Comoros his presidential term of office.
 
Investigators suspect him of possible embezzlement and misappropriation of public funds in this case, as indicated by the site comores -actualites.com.



Anli Saendou


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