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South Sudan's missing millions traced to Kenya


Approximately KES 1.3 billion that went missing in South Sudan early this month has been traced to Kenya.
The money, which got lost after Lt Gen Thomas Cirillo Swaka retired from Sudan People’s Liberation Army early this month, was allegedly deposited in KCB, Cooperative bank and Ecobank.
It is alleged that the money was deposited in the Kenyan banks by Swaka’s kin, Fueni Cirillo.
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