Somalilandsun- As part of an going investigation on a British company that had obtained monies to fabricate ballot papers to manipulate voting system in East Africa , the following recent updates show on the outcomes of the investigation:
What the ballot papers say
The London trial of three senior staff and an agent of British printers Smith & Ouzman (S&O) is causing concern in Kenya. The defendants deny paying £400,000 (US$630,000) in bribes to win contracts in Kenya, Ghana, Mauritania and Somaliland. Most payments went to Kenya, where the trial has provoked the most interest.
Read the original accusation here : UK printing company faces bribery charges of transactions in Somaliland and other countries