French judge indicts businessman Bollore in Africa corruption probe
April 25 2018 10:05 PM
Vincent Bollore
Vincent Bollore, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of media group Vivendi checks his mobile phone while attending the company's shareholders meeting in Paris, France on April 19.


A French judge has indicted businessman Vincent Bollore in a corruption investigation related to his group's businesses in two countries in Africa, the company said on Wednesday.

"Vincent Bollore has been indicted by Judge (Serge) Tournaire," Groupe Bollore said in a statement.
"Bollore, who continues to be presumed innocent, will now have access to this dossier (of evidence) whose content he had no knowledge of and will have the opportunity to answer these unfounded accusations," it added.
The decision to place the French tycoon under formal investigation over allegations his company undercharged for work on behalf of presidential candidates in Guinea and Togo in return for port contracts came after two days of questioning by police. 

There are no comments.

LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*