A FORMER executive of French nuclear energy giant Areva has been charged with corruption, while payments made to Namibia, including to President Hage Geingob, are under spotlight. This is according to a report published on Sunday by a French public radio station, Radio France Internationale (RFI). According to the report, the former head of Areva’s mining branch, Sébastien de Montessus, was charged at the end of last month. RFI quoted unnamed sources in their report. Montessus is allegedly charged with corruption in relation to Areva’s purchase of Canada’s UraMin.
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