The Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis Timothy Harris is allegedly involved in a multi-million dollar CIP scam. A Dubai press report revealed CIU CEO Les Khan has been implicated in an alleged scam worth US $165 million (or EC 447.1 million), under the St Kitts and Nevis Citizen by Investment Programme (CIP).
According to the Middle Eastern Times report, a St. Kitts -based company named Caribbean Galaxy had been given a government contract to build a prison, with 5,500 CIP passports offered as payment.
The report further revealed that under the prison contract arrangement, Caribbean Galaxy’s CEO Ying Jin would pay US $10,000 per citizenship application to Khan, who in turn would share the proceeds with Prime Minister Harris – a potential total of US $55 million.
Caribbean Galaxy, on the other hand, would keep US $20,000 per passport sold to every successful citizenship application — a potential total of US $110…