Probe into laptop thefts not completed but three suspended staffers back on the job

Three of the eight OLPF staffers sent on administrative leave in 2012 to facilitate investigations into the disappearance of 103 laptops are back on the job while the contracts for the other five have been discontinued and project officials are unable to give reasons for the decisions.

This was the information provided to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Parliament yesterday by Office of the President (OP) Permanent Secretary Omar Shariff when he led a delegation before the committee to answer discrepancies cited in the Auditor General’s 2012 Report.

He told the committee that the three employees were brought back to …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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