Female Staff Stripped Naked On Ex-Minister’s Order Demand N1bn, Public Apology

Female Staff Stripped Naked On Ex-Minister’s Order Demand N1bn, Public Apology
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Female Staff Stripped Naked On Exministers Order Demand N1bn Public Apology

Four former staff of Signatious Hotel, Warri, Delta State, who were reportedly dehumanized and stripped on the order of the chairman of the hotel and former Minister of State for Education, Mr Kenneth Gbagi, have demanded N1bn damages and a public apology from him.

The victims’ legal team, led by Mr Kunle Edun of Tri-Lex Partners law firm, made the demands, among others in a September 23, 2020 letter sent to Gbagi, who is also a lawyer, on Wednesday.

The letter was titled, ‘Trial by ordeal, torture, stripping naked and bestial conduct of Signatious Hotel and yourself in an organized show of shame and animalism: Notice of intention to seek full legal redress’.

Edun stated that their clients, Mr Victor Ephraim, Gloria Oguzie, Mrs Precious Achibong, Roselyn Okiemute Diaghwarhe, because of the tips a guest who lodged at the hotel for four days gave to them on his departure on August 20, 2020.

 

The letter read in part, “That after the guest’s stay, he gave our clients the sum of N105, 000 as tips for the good time that he had at the hotel.

The lawyers gave the ex-minister five days to among others, pay their clients N1bn “as modest damages and compensation for the unmitigated actions of yours.”

The ex-minister has now been given five days to among others, pay the former employees N1bn as compensation and tender an unreserved apology to them.

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