Alleged Sexual Harassment: Woman slapped Senator Akpabio … he was trying to cum on me says Former MD NDDC

Alleged Sexual Harassment: Woman slapped Senator Akpabio … he was trying to cum on me says Former MD NDDC

The Former Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Joi Nunieh, on Monday threw a massive bomb of an allegation against the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Sen. Godswill Akpabio, who was the former Governor of Akwa- Ibom State.
The woman, who was the former boss of Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, accused the Minister of sexually harassing her, adding that on one occasion she was forced to slap the Honourable Minister.
Her words: “I slapped him. He tried to come to me. I am an Ogoni woman and nobody jokes with us.
“I showed Akpabio that Rivers women do not tolerate nonsense.”
Munich made the revelations while fielding questions from a team of Arise TV journalists on its program, The Morning Show.
While appearing before the Senate ad hoc panel investigating the alleged mismanagement of N40 billion by the interim management committee, IMC, of the NDDC, Nunieh, made damning allegations against Akpabio where she said the minister engineered her removal for failing to dance to his tunes.
She alleged that Akpabio asked her to change the dollars in the NDDC account; sack the head of the legal team who is from the north; remove all directors who refused to follow his instructions and also to implicate Peter Nwaoboshi, chairman of the Senate committee on NDDC.
She also alleged that Akpabio would never sign any document, but rather ask his subordinates to commit fraud.
She said the minister asked her to take an oath of secrecy to stop her from exposing any of his dealings but she refused.
“…Nobody makes any payment in NDDC without Godswill Akpabio…. When we first came to the NDDC, on the day of going for the inauguration, he told me in the car that ‘Madam MD, If you don’t do what I say, the same pen which I use to sign your letter, it will be the same pen I will use to remove you,” she said.

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