State trims NPF loot case down from P250m

NPF case accused in court PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
NPF case accused in court PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

The National Petroleum Fund (NPF) case seems to be taking a nasty turn with allegations of the millions missing being trimmed down from the initial P250m.

The money laundering scandal involving the Kebonang twin brothers, former minister Sadique and High Court Judge, Zein, Bakang Seretse and Kenneth Kerekang is reportedly becoming a headache for the State as the money keeps going down while defence is breathing heavily on their neck demanding answers.

Some of the particulars of the case emerged in court on Monday, as the defence team of Kgosietsile Ngakaagae and Unoda Mack are demanding answers to what they deem could open up their defence. The team reckons they need particulars of the case, especially that there are issues involving millions, which keep being reduced without any reason.

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