Former DRC Health Minister Questioned Over Ebola Spending; Lawyers Say Any Allegations ‘Unfounded’

Reuters: Former Congo health minister questioned over Ebola spending
“Democratic Republic of Congo’s former health minister has been questioned by police over his management of funds in the country’s response to the Ebola epidemic, his lawyers said on Monday. They denied any wrongdoing by Oly Ilunga and said no formal accusations had been made against him relating to the Ebola response. Any allegations, they said, would be ‘unfounded (and) without basis in evidence’…” (Mahamba/Ross, 9/2).

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