Question Feds’ Kenya Shares

A taxpayer-funded cellphone sales company in Kenya is the target of complaints to stock regulators. Executives including the Canadian CEO Jesse Moore are accused of alleged self-dealing in shares. A federal agency bought $15.4 million worth of stock in the company, M-Kopa Holdings Ltd. of Nairobi: “The Securities and Exchange Commission neither confirms nor denies the existence of an investigation.”

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