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    9 September, 2009
Four officials arrested in Tete for embezzlement

Four high ranking officials of the Provincial Planning and Finances Directorate in the western Tete province were arrested on 24 August, accused of stealing 144 million meticais (about $5.4 million) from state coffers. Among the accused is the former director of the institution, Jose Joao.

Planning and Development Minister Aiuba Cuereneia, visiting Tete province, confirmed these arrests. Giving no further details, Cuereneia said that there are strong indications that the four accused have been stealing public property, hence their preventive arrest, while investigations proceed.

The spokesperson of the attorney's office in Tete, Bernardo Duce, said that the theft was uncovered during an audit by the Administrative Tribunal in 2007. The audit also detected other irregularities in the use of public property.

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