Video: Akpabio sexually harassed me, says former NDDC MD Nunieh

Joy Nunieh and Godswill Akpabio

By Nimot Adetola Sulaimon

Former Acting Managing Director of Interim Management Committee of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Joy Nunieh has accused Godswill Akpabio, the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs of sexually harassing her.

The former NDDC Acting MD made the allegation in an interview on Arise TV this morning, July 13.

Akpabio had earlier accused Nunieh of siphoning government fund, insubordination and that Joy never served the National Youth Service Corps.

He alleged that the agency does not have the right leadership.

According to him, the agency is corrupt and could not boast of an office. He added that the truth was revealed after Presidental Muhammadu Buhari requested a forensic audit.

However, Joy responded to the accusations, stating all Akpabio said were false accusations. Nunieh added that she slapped the Minister at his guest house when he made the attempt for sex. She also listed some hotels she allegedly had meetings with him.

Nunieh further alleged that Godswill Akpabio wanted her to take a blood oath of secrecy in Abuja before initiating her confirmation as the substantive head of NDDC.

Watch the video below

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  • You all are looking in one direction. You need to know Dr. Nuyieh before ramping up your crush lips to mumble unwanted dribble.

    Dr. Nuyieh Joy, is a dedicated woman with credible record of decency. Hardworking individual with fantastic reputation. Rape case does not show up when the atmosphere are good. So we are going to hear more even about the oath. Nigeria politic game are always about oath and that is why if you do not take oath, you will not be allow to belong.

    And Akpabio on the other hand should respect the right of a woman before running his mouth . We need to face the crush of the matter if we really want to deal with currupyion. Akpabio was in PDP and he ran awy to APC and all his sins were forgiven.

    Nigeria we hail thee. ...

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  • Recently, the NASS passed a law on sexual harassments alleged to be rife in the country's higher institutions.
    How about extending the olive branch to cover all public and civil services so that everyone can have a level playing ground?
    Or, are we saying that this only takes place between lecturers and their students?
    I'm not suggesting that any of the parties can be telling lies.

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  • I can believe the findings of Godswill Akpabio judging by his awesome performance as the governor of Akwa Ibom. He performed excellently. Madam needs to clear the allegation of corruption and stop fighting the Minister. There is a forensic audit; if there is nothing in your cupboard, you can clear the air before the panel set-up by the Ministry

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  • There you are. Everything ends up in sexual harassment or allegations. May God help men from women. Most of them use what they have to get to corridors of power and then destroyed everything including their future. Why wait till now to make noise about sexual harassment. Sex should be a contract and a secret between you and Akpabio, It is not our problem if you take it or not. Kindly cleared the corruption case and stop making unnecessary noise. The world is tired of women hidden under sexual allegations,

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  • She is corrupt and using the sex allegation to divert public attention. Whom did she report the sexual advances?

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  • She has not answered the reply from the NYSC HQ that no record of service both from the state of service or from the HQ.

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