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Late in the evening of 17 April, Karim Wade, son of former President Abdoulaye Wade and ex-Minister for International Cooperation, Infrastructure, Air Transport and Energy, was taken to Dakar’s main Rebeuss prison on a charge of illicit enrichment.

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Karim Wade, Abdoulaye Wade, Alioune Ndao, Britain, France, Maroc, Luxembourg, Panama, Oumar Sarr, Madické Niang, Samuel Sarr, Cour de répression de l’enrichissement illicite (, Banque commerciale du, Parti démocratique sénégalais

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