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5 demands Rai has made to Nation after damning expose

The Sunday Nation published a damning story about Jaswant Rai on sugar importation.

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Rai, whom the Sunday Nation last week ran an explosive expose in which he was accused of importing contaminated sugar, told the leading East African publisher to apologize or face a lawsuit that could see a scuffle.

The Sunday Nation in a story ‘Sweet secrets’ further described how Jaswant Rai, his businesses, political ties and the shocking case of State capture, have influenced the sugar industry in the country.

Through a host of high-end lawyers, the businessman has made the following five demands to the Nation Media Group.

This is not the first time the NMG is running into issues with news sources. Last year, business mogul Jimi Wanjigi demanded an apology after the paper ran an obituary, and would later claim that the ad was mistakenly put on paper.

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