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UN Sexual Harassment in DRC Leads to UNON Job as UNV Jobs Traded For Sex Amid Coverup

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UN GATE Exclusive, Sept 7 –  The UN is involved in a sexual harassment and sex trafficking scandal in the Democratic Republic of Congo, of which Inner City Press is exclusively informed while the organization under Secretary General Antonio Guterres is trying to cover up.

   The UN mission's Supply Chain Management unit has been engaged in quid pro quo sexual harassment of women pre-hired as UN Volunteers. Those who do not provide sexual favors to UN officials are retaliated against.

From its exclusive publication in August 2022, Inner City Press has daily asked the UN, from Guterres, through Melissa Fleming to spokesman Stephane Dujarric about this scandal, including providing names involved. No answer; cover up.

So, this additional exclusive reporting: a UN Volunteer Alia Basma a mistress of Amadu was promoted by Amadu Timbilla she had an intense relationship with The Chief of Integrated Warehouse Mr Joseph Ngidari she went to UNON in Nairobi.   Meanwhile there is the question of the whereabouts of a “missing UNV” who reported Tommy Bannister for harassment. The Chief of Supply Chain sent Tommy Bannister to “seduce” her, Tommy was also interested in a relationship and that did not turn out well, she reported and was literally sent out of Amadu’s office.   There is also the mystery of Ms. Susan Kamali, and Victoria Anderson and the Ethiopian Housekeeper and Ms Agnes, the alleged mistresses of Amadu Timbilla - more to follow. And from the UN, no answers. Cover up.

Previously, an Inner City Press update on September 6: "Tommy Bannister has been awarded a position in Kinshasa even after we believe the Chief of Supply bribed some witnesses, he is part of the scandal. The Chief of Supply Chain is Amadu Timbilla. He is currently applying for a position as Chief in MINUSCA as they are so ashamed... Concerned Congolese Staff who are tired of watching disturbing behavior by international staff This must stop we are going to report this at the highest authorities MONUSCO MUST GO Congo is our country, they steal and exploit us. 

  The current scandal-plagued United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the DR Congo is the successor to MONUC, whose chief Alan Doss was exposed by Inner City Press (before Guterres banned it from the UN, with his Melissa Fleming ignore the appeal) as hiring his personal chef as an engineer.

This practice has continued, with another cook (not Bannister) hired.  This cook is one Thomas Ziem...

 Inner City Press has the names of those involved; it is informed that Guterres' Assistant Secretary General for Human Resources Martha Helena Lopez is well informed but has yet to act.

Inner City Press will have more on this. Watch this site. 


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