The embattled chairman of Signatious Hotel and former Minister of State for Education, Chief Kenneth Gbagi, has indicated his interest to honour police invitation over allegations of torturing his former employees.
The Delta-born politician and businessman had been accused by some of his former employees of torture, stripping and other acts of dehumanization. He was alleged to have subjected four of his former employees to torture over suspicion of theft. Another of his former staff, one Miss Lucky Obire, had also accused him of similar acts, including extortion and threat to life.
Denying receiving any police summon, the ex-minister promised to make himself available any time he is called upon. He promised to expose all those using the allegations to scuttle his 2023 governorship ambition in Delta State.
Addressing a press conference in his Oginibo country home, in Ughelli South Local Government Area of the state on Saturday, the ex-minister absolved his children of any blame, saying it is the handiwork of his political opponents bent on causing disaffection in his political camp.
Uzogara McDonald Tobechukwu.