NADMO Boss denies porn scandal

The Kpando District Coordinator of the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), Christian Attor, has denied allegations of watching pornography in his office and attempting to forcefully have sex with a female staff, Charlotte Kumi, after getting aroused by the films.

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The Daily Guide on Tuesday, January 18, reported that Charlotte Kumi alleged that her inability to satisfy the sexual demands of her boss had led to her being transferred from Kpando in the Volta Region to the Northern Region, stressing that she was not part of a mass transfer to Kumasi that affected most of her colleagues.

She said having left her out of the mass transfer, she could not come to terms with why she alone should be transferred to the Northern Region on a salary that was less than GH¢ 150 as a single parent of two.

Confirming the allegation to host of the Citi Breakfast Show Bernard Avle on Tuesday January 18, Charlotte Kumi said Mr Attor invited her to his office one day and asked her if she knew what ‘missionary’ and ‘scissors’ sex positions were. She narrated that even though she was shocked, she answered the first question in the negative, and the second in the affirmative.

According to her, Mr Attor asked her these questions at a time he was watching pornographic movies on his laptop in the office.

Ms. Kumi told Citi FM that on another occasion, her boss invited her to his office and asked her to massage his knees and thighs because he was feeling pains in them; but as soon as she held his knee, he quickly tried to insert his finger into her dress and she stopped and run out of the office.

However, in a quick response to the allegations, Mr Christian Attor categorically denied the allegations levelled against him, describing them as mere fabrication. According to him Charlotte rather proposed to him.

Mr Attor said the allegations are just a calculated attempt to dent his reputation. Mr. Attor also denied ever asking Ms Kumi about ‘missionary’ and ‘scissors’ sexual positions.

Mr. Attor told Citi News that investigations are still on-going to ascertain the truth or otherwise of the allegations but so far primary investigations have cleared him of all allegations.

Mr. Attor also denied ever entering Ms Kumi’s bedroom, noting that the first time he ever entered her house was when she was sick, claiming he however did that in the company of Mr. Dzegble, an administrator at the office.

Asked whether she had a penchant for persistent absenteeism, lateness and poor working relations with others as presented by the investigative team, Mrs Kumi said she only absents herself from work when either of her children was ill.

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