Cyprus Mail

CyTA chairman taken to hospital

Kittis (C) led away by police on Tuesday

The chairman of state telecommunications company CyTA, currently in custody over a dodgy land deal involving the organisation’s pension fund, has been taken to hospital after falling ill.

Police said Kittis felt ill and was taken to Nicosia general hospital where he is undergoing tests.

Kittis was remanded in custody for eight days on Wednesday on suspicion of receiving kickbacks in the Dromolaxia land deal.

He is being held along with several others, including two police officers.

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