Namibia Seeks ‘Cooperation’ From Hu’s Son in Graft Probe

July 22nd, 2009


The Namibian government is asking for “cooperation and assistance” from the son of China’s president in a probe involving a Chinese maker of security scanners, according to Paulus Noa, director of the African country’s Anti-Corruption Commission.

Hu Haifeng, the son of Chinese President Hu Jintao, is the former president of Nuctech Co., which sells equipment such as radioactivity monitors and x-ray inspection systems. Two Namibians and a Chinese representative of Nuctech were arrested last week after commission investigators found that $12.8 million for security scanners had been paid to a consulting company, Agence France-Presse reported.

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