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Mauritius: The close friend of the former Prime Minister Nandanee Soornack, in the crosshairs of the authorities after perceiving 100 million rupees on the sale of duty free shop in the airport




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The close friend of the former Prime Minister, Labour activist, Nandanee Soornack still presumably in Italy and who had left the country in haste on 11 December 2014 in the wake of the announcement of the last election, is in the crosshairs of the Mauritian authorities.
 
According to the Minister for Financial Services and Good Governance, Roshi Badhain an agreement between the Duty Free shop established in the heart of Plaisance Airport and a Swiss company, Frydu, leading supplier of the duty free shop, of which Nandanee Soornack would be the main shareholder, would have enabled the latter of pocketing 100,000 million rupees *, thanks to the perception of a slightly more than 4% commissions on all sales made in Mauritius Duty Free Paradise (MDFP) in a little over three years, as reported by the Mauritian newspaper L'Express.
 
The special advocate of the Labour Party (PTr) presumably has as a restore point and catering services, Airway Coffee at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Plaisance.
 
The Mauritian investigators also want to strongly question the former cauliflower and coriander seller in Carreau-Laliane on the case of Roches Noires and on the alleged money laundering.
 
The extremely close friend of Navin Ramgoolam had hurriedly left the Mauritian ground the night of the announcement of the results of the last general election, with some 800 million rupees in her luggage, as the police suspect of the crime squad (CCID).
 
* One euro roughly equivalent to 38 rupees



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