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Kenya's team leader at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics stole $256,000 from government and sports authorities meant for the athletes' and officials' stay at the games, prosecutors alleged in court earlier Wednesday.Two other officials, Kenyan Olympic committee vice president Pius Ochieng and secretary-general Francis Kinyili Paul, appeared alongside Soi in a Nairobi court, and denied charges of stealing Olympic team uniforms provided by sponsor Nike.Senior officials at both the Olympic committee and the athletics federation are accused of corruption, and the Olympic committee was disbanded by government because of the Rio scandal. The International Olympic Committee has given Kenya until the end of the year to reform its Olympic body or it could face a ban.
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