Dr. Patrick Ho Chi-ping, a former Hong Kong home secretary, in 2015. Ho has been charged with paying bribes to help a Chinese energy conglomerate secure business advantages in Africa. Photo: APDr. Patrick Ho Chi-ping, a former Hong Kong home secretary, in 2015. Ho has been charged with paying bribes to help a Chinese energy conglomerate secure business advantages in Africa. Photo: AP
Dr. Patrick Ho Chi-ping, a former Hong Kong home secretary, in 2015. Ho has been charged with paying bribes to help a Chinese energy conglomerate secure business advantages in Africa. Photo: AP

Bribery trial set to begin for ex-Hong Kong minister Patrick Ho

  • Ho says he is not guilty of charges that he conspired to bribe the president of Chad and the Ugandan foreign minister
  • He was once Hong Kong’s home affairs secretary

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Dr. Patrick Ho Chi-ping, a former Hong Kong home secretary, in 2015. Ho has been charged with paying bribes to help a Chinese energy conglomerate secure business advantages in Africa. Photo: APDr. Patrick Ho Chi-ping, a former Hong Kong home secretary, in 2015. Ho has been charged with paying bribes to help a Chinese energy conglomerate secure business advantages in Africa. Photo: AP
Dr. Patrick Ho Chi-ping, a former Hong Kong home secretary, in 2015. Ho has been charged with paying bribes to help a Chinese energy conglomerate secure business advantages in Africa. Photo: AP
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