Lack of coordination and inaction by key financial and law enforcement agencies is hampering Namibia’s efforts to curb illicit financial flows (IFFs) according to an article published in The Namibian newspaper.

It says that there are now calls for a centralised government unit to monitor IFFs throughout the country while the police admit they lack a single portal to monitor progress of  investigations into illicit flows.

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