Corruption

The $10 Billion Energy Scandal

BP agreed to pay around ten billion dollars to a man involved in a suspicious energy deal.
BP has agreed to pay around ten billion dollars to a businessman involved in a suspicious energy deal. The energy giant bought Frank Timis’s stake in a gas field off the coast of Senegal for $250 million in 2017. But documents obtained by BBC Panorama and Africa Eye reveal that BP will also pay his company between nine and twelve billion dollars in royalties. Both BP and Mr Timis deny any wrongdoing.

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Betraying The Game - What Happened Next?

Anas Aremeyaw Anas speaks about what has happened since the release of Betraying the Game.
In 2018, BBC Africa Eye released Betraying the Game. Part of a two-year long undercover investigation, the documentary caught on camera over one hundred football officials across West Africa and Kenya accepting cash in a sting operation. One year later, the BBC spoke to the man behind the expose- controversial Ghanaian journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas- about what has happened since.

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