British Managers of UK Aid-Funded Kenyan Firm Accused of Fraud, Bribery and “Highly Questionable Business Practices”
Groups Call for Urgent Inquiry into Failure of Ministers to Act despite Whistleblower Warnings

by Global Justice Now and The Corner House

first published 7 April 2020

The Corner House and Global Justice Now are calling for a parliamentary inquiry following a report from the BBC's award-winning Africa Eye team on concerns about alleged fraud, bribery and other highly-questionable business practices by two British managers appointed by a UK aid-backed private equity fund to run its investee Kenyan firm Spencon.

See the downloadable press release above.

The Africa Eye report is available at A related article can be found on the BBC website: