Athletics – Olympic Corruption Inquiry: Kenyan Officials Charged

Olympic Corruption Inquiry

Seven senior Kenyan authorities will be charged over alleged corruption, encompassing the 2016 Olympic Games.

Those denounced incorporate ex-Sports Minister Hassan Wario and previous Olympic Committee head Kipchoge Keino, a two-time Olympic gold medallist.

Chief prosecutor Noordin Haji said they should hand themselves over by Monday.

In excess of 55 million shillings ($545,542; £414,607) implied for the competitors/athletes was supposedly redirected.

Keino won his first Olympic gold in the 1,500m at the 1968 Games in Mexico City, and his second in the 3,000m steeplechase in Munich in 1972.

The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro earned Kenya six gold and six silver awards and additionally a bronze – the nation’s best decoration count.

Be that as it may, cases of defilement against group managers and government authorities defaced their prosperity.

The charges are the most recent in a progression of corruption investigations in Kenya.

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