Nuclear Energy Giant Corruption Saga Implicates Namibia's Geingob

A former executive of French nuclear energy giant Areva has been charged with corruption, while alleged payments made to Namibia, including to President Hage Geingob, are under spotlight, according to a Radio France Internationale report. Geingob has since issued an ultimatum to the French public radio station, to retract their widely circulated article. 



Former head of Areva's mining branch, Sébastien de Montessus and President Hage Geingob (file photo).

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