Guinean Authorities Arrest 8 People For Illicit Sale Of Antimalarial Drugs After USAID OIG Investigation
USAID Office of Inspector General: 8 Arrested in Guinea for Illicit Sale of Antimalarial Drugs
“This week, an investigation by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Inspector General (OIG) led local authorities in Guinea to arrest eight individuals for illegally selling drugs to fight malaria. The arrests came after weeks of joint investigative work by OIG and the Guinean National Gendarmerie to secure evidence of theft, diversion, and resale of U.S. government-funded antimalarial commodities…” (1/19).
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