A judge presiding over the biggest corruption trial in Mozambique’s history has ordered the seizure of assets worth $2.2bn, including houses and shares, from some of the defendants. The BBC reports that the country’s former President, Armando Guebuza has defended his government’s decision to secretly borrow $2bn to finance a fishing fleet. An exclusive court session has been scheduled for Monday to discuss the requested seizure of assets.
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