Financial Crime Consultant Kenneth Rijock says his recent views on the CBI program are legit and factual
Q95 news has received unverified allegations that Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit may be under investigation. Purported Financial Crime Consultant Kenneth Rijock claims his statements on the CBI program and the Prime Minister of Dominica are legit and factual.
Rijock dismisses statements by DLP Attorney Anthony Astaphan and other high ranking members of the DLP, to the effect that the government of Dominica along with the country's law enforcement, conducted their own research on allegations that Mr Skerrit was being Criminally investigated, and told the country that they found no evidence to support such a claim. Prime Minister Skerrit addressed the nation on 28th January 2017, and stated that he was not under investigation, and that he has never sold Dominica's Diplomatic passports to anyone.
However, Rijock says the information regarding corruption involved in Dominica's CBI program is classified and sealed, and as a result, no other law enforcement agencies apart from the international firm investigating this matter has access to the evidence surrounding the group of shady diplomats, who were recently arrested, along with certain other operatives who may be involved in the matter of Dominica's Diplomatic passports. Rijock spoke on Q95 FM Radio in an exclusive interview on the station’s ‘Talk on the Block’ program today.
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