Twist as ICPC probes civil servant who accused perm sec of sexual harassment

Twist as ICPC probes civil servant who accused perm sec of sexual harassment

Ajayi, through Femi Falana, a senior advocate of Nigeria
(SAN), had informed Tuggar of Lamuwa’s alleged sexual advances.

 

Lamuwa has since denied the allegation, claiming that he
turned down Ajayi’s request to pay her bills during an overseas trip.

 

However, in a new twist to the saga, the ICPC has invited
Ajayi to appear at its headquarters in Abuja on Friday, June 14 for an
“interview”.

In a letter of invitation dated June 11 addressed to the
minister of foreign affairs, the commission said it is “investigating an
alleged violation of provisions of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related
Offences Act, 2000 and it has become imperative to have recourse to your
office”.

 

“In view of the above, pursuant to section 28 and 40 of the
said Act, you are kindly requested to release and direct Mrs Simisola
Fajemirokun Ajayi of the ministry to appear for an interview before the
undersigned at the Commission’s headquarters, Abuja, on Friday 14th June, 2024
at 1100 hours,” the letter reads.

 

The letter, which was signed by S. Yahaya, acting director
of operations at the ICPC, did not give details of the violated act for which
Ajayi was invited.

 

 

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