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Ex-Awema chief Naz Malik 'took cash to clear £11k'

13 August 2014 Last updated at 20:38 BST

An ex-charity chief executive took money from the organisation to clear more than £11,000 in credit card debts, Swansea Crown Court has heard.

Naz Malik, ex-head of All Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema), is also accused of using charity funds to pay for £3,500 life assurance for his wife.

Awema was wound up in 2012 when its public funding was stopped after claims of financial mismanagement.

Mr Malik denies three counts of fraud.

Cemlyn Davies reports.

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