US threatens Kenya with sanctions

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The US has threatened to impose sanctions on Kenya if the government does not investigate South Sudan leaders, Salva Kiir and Riek Machar.
US Secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence, Sigal Mandalker accused Kenya of allowing the two leaders to hide illicit money in its the country.
Mandalker said Kiir and Machar have been investing in real estate using money stolen from war-torn South Sudan and asked Kenya to impose sanctions on the two leaders.
It is reported that Kiir and Machar own real estate properties in Lavington, Nairobi.
 
 

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