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Egyptian State Council official arrested on bribery charges

Images of the official's seized assets, including huge sums of cash, have gone viral on social media in Egypt

Ahram Online , Tuesday 27 Dec 2016
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An Egyptian procurement manager with one of the country's judicial authorities was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly receiving bribes worth millions of Egyptian pounds.
 
Gamal El-Laban Ibrahim, the head or procurement department at the State Council, was arrested while receiving a bribe, according to the Administrative Control Authority (ACA), which is responsible for enforcing laws and regulations within state bodies.
 
Ahram Arabic website reported that the ACA found Ibrahim to be in possession of EGP 24 million, $4 million, 2 million euros and one million Saudi Riyals, in addition to gold accessories, real states assets and cars.
 
Images of the seized assets, including huge sums of cash, have gone viral on social media in Egypt.
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