AU businessman charged with conspiring to bribe Nauruans
A self-professed international trade executive and entrepreneur with extensive business interests in Nauru has been charged with conspiring to bribe officials in the island nation’s government,
7.30 can reveal.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) on Thursday charged Mozammil Gulamabbas Bhojani with one count of conspiracy to bribe a foreign public official under Australia’s criminal code.
He faces a maximum 10 years in jail if convicted.
The AFP alleges that Sydney-based Mr Bhojani provided the Nauruan officials with more than AU$100,000 (FJ$153,210.18) in kickbacks in exchange for favourable phosphate shipments for his company, Radiance International Pty Limited.