South Sudan asks Nairobi court to release frozen funds
Monday May 2 2016
The Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi. PHOTO | FILE
Juba says in court documents that the funds in CfC Stanbic had been earmarked for easing the economic and political challenges currently facing South Sudan.
Khartoum firm Active Partners Group attached the account to recover $41.9 millionKenyan courts awarded the Khartoum firm as compensation for a botched power project South Sudan had contracted it to undertake.