Immigration Bans Lukas Enembe's Wife From Traveling Abroad
14 January 2023 01:07 WIB
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The wife of Papua governor Lukas Enembe, along with four other people, has been banned from traveling overseas. The directorate general of immigration has banned the governor's wife Lusi Kusuma Dewi from traveling from December 8, 2022, up to June 8, 2023, which is in accordance with what the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) had suggested.
"The first is on behalf of Yulce Wenda, who is active on the prevention list with a prevention period from 7 September 2022 to 7 March 2023," said the Sub-Coordinator of Public Relations of the Directorate General of Immigration at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights Achmad Nur Saleh on Friday, January 13, 2023.
The other four individuals who are banned from traveling abroad are Lusi Kusuma Dewi, Dommy Yamamoto, Jimmy Yamatomo, and Gibbrael Issaak.
According to the KPK spokesperson Ali Fikri, the five individuals were banned from traveling abroad as they are deemed to have knowledge of the corruption committed by Lukas Enembe.
Governor Lukas Enembe was named as a suspect in an alleged corruption case in Papua. He is also being investigated by the Financial Transactions Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) for a number of suspicious transactions wired to his personal bank account and a number of his family members.
The PPATK then discovered various suspicious transactions linked to the governor such as hundreds of billions of rupiah flowing to a casino and transactions of luxury items purchased by the governor's family members.
Governor Lukas Enembe was arrested for corruption charges and flown to Jakarta for the inquiry on Tuesday.
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