Lie detector tests for OLPH staff implicated in theft – Luncheon

Staff of the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) project, who were implicated in the theft of more than 100 laptops will be subjected to polygraph tests before year end, Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger Luncheon yesterday revealed.

Updating the media on the investigations into the theft, which occurred over a three-month period earlier this year and resulted in six employees being sent home, Luncheon said, “we [government] told those members of staff who had been identified as implicated in the irregularities surrounding losses of laptops [that] integrity testing would be done to assist in confirming their innocence.”

He explained to reporters during a post-cabinet press briefing that …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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