Deposed Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori on Sunday denied allegations that he has had $18 million in secret funds remitted to Japanese bank accounts.

“I do not hold any bank accounts abroad, in Japan or anywhere else. All the allegations are wrong,” he told Kyodo News at the home of a Japanese friend in Kanagawa Prefecture.

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