Ex-eduncation minister allegedly strips his staff naked over N5k theft in Delta State. Photos

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Justice4Warri4: Ex-minister allegedly strips his staff naked over N5k theft.

A former Minister of State for Education, Kenneth Gbagi, has been accused of arresting and charging four of his staff to court for allegedly stealing his N5,000.

According to SaharaReporters, Gbagi last week Friday allegedly arrested the four staff working in Signatious Hotel, Warri, Delta State, after they were striped naked and photographed inside the hotel.

Former Minister of Education, Kenneth Gbagi

A staff of the hotel who spoke with SaharaReporters, gave the names of the arrested colleagues as Gloria Oguzie, Victor Ephraim, Rosslyn Okiemute and Achibong Precious.

“My boss, former Minister of State for Education and owner of Signatious Hotel, Chief Kenneth Gbagi, arrested four of my colleagues working for him over the stealing of N5,000 from the hotel when actually the N5,000 was given as a gift to them by a guest because of their good behaviour.

Before they were arrested by the police on Friday last week at the hotel, the four staff were stripped naked while they were photographed in the presence of the police. We learnt that the dehumanising treatment was instructed by our boss,” the source said.

It was further gathered that the hotel management forcefully made some withdrawals from the bank accounts of the four staff through their ATM cards before the police took them away in a waiting van.

The four staff were charged before a magistrate court sitting in Effurun after four days of detention.

In a five-count charge, the police accused the suspects of conniving among themselves to steal monies ranging from N156,000, N110,000, N5,000 and N2,000 owned by Signatious Hotel and committed an offence punishable under section 516 and 390 (9), of the criminal code Law Cap21C Vol.1 Law of Delta State.

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The four staff, it was learnt, were granted bail on Monday by a magistrate court sitting in Effurun, Delta State, through the intervention of some anti-corruption and human rights activists, who decided to take up the matter.

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