A trader arranges second-hand pairs of soccer shoes for sale at an open air market in Nairobi, Kenya May 18, 2018. (REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya)
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Kenyan investigators have summoned more than 40 people for questioning after a "massive theft of public funds" at the country's National Youth Service (NYS), the head of the directorate of criminal investigations said on Sunday.Domestic media reports said 10 billion shillings ($100 million) had been stolen through fictitious invoices, and multiple payments on one supplier invoice, at the NYS.There have not been any significant convictions of the people involved in the theft of funds at the NYS in 2015 despite several prosecutions taking place in court.
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