I bribed the minister to get fishing quota in Namibia — Norwegian admits

A renowned Norwegian businessman told state broadcaster NRK that he had bought expensive gifts for Ministry of Fisheries officials to secure quotas in Namibia. In the programme, ‘The Good Will’, he explained how he gained quotas by offering ‘gifts’ to high-ranking officials.

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Lars Aage Eldøy says he bought a Rolex for an unnamed fisheries minister for favourable consideration.

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