Our front-page article yesterday — “EU Aid Scandal” referred to the former Director General in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Johnson Naviti, as the complainant in the case. We were told yesterday that Mr. Naviti is not the complainant, but that he gave a statement when the police approached him. Daily Post published the article in good faith, because the court documents stated it was the former DG of the PMO “who lodged a complaint against the accused”.

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