Iceland authorities have said they will not hand over Samherji executives to appear in a Namibian court on allegations of bribery and corruption involving more than N$3 billion.
Iceland public prosecution deputy director Helgi Magnús Gunnarsson confirmed this to The Namibian last week.
Samherji is an Icelendic seafood company that is accused of bribing Namibian officials including former fisheries minister Bernhard Esau and ex-justice minister Sacky Shanghala to access Namibian fishing quotas…
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