Senior government official caught while on a mission to launder money for a presidential candidate

NAIROBI, KENYA - 2020/03/25: Kenya Airways planes are parked at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. The Kenyan government announced that starting on March 25, 2020 midnight, they will not allow international passenger flights to either land or take off from Kenya as a preventive measure against covid-19. Kenya has so far registered only 25 cases of coronavirus. (Photo by Dennis Sigwe/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

A senior government official was recently barred from leaving the country to visit Arab counties.

The official was reportedly leaving the country for Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and other Gulf countries to address issues affecting Kenyans working in those countries.

Reports claim that the officer was denied permission to fly out of the country after detectives realized that his main objective of leaving the country was not to go help Kenyans leaving in the Arab countries.

The senior government official is said to be on a mission to launder money in the outside countries.

The officer is said on a mission to launder money for the benefit of a politician who has declared to run for the country’s presidency in the next year’s elections.

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