Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, a former Minister of Education (State), has expressed readiness to meet the Nigeria Police for allegedly stripping staff of his hotel naked.
Naija News reports that Gbagi was accused of stripping naked four staff of Signatious Hotel, photographing, arresting and dragging them before a Magistrate Court in Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State over missing money.
Speaking to newsmen in his Oginibo country home in Ughelli South Local Government Area, Gbagi denied any involvement in the act.
Gbagi, who is gunning for the Delta State governorship seat, said none of his children had a hand in the act.
According to the former Minister, the accusation was politically motivated.
He noted that there was no warrant for his arrest from the Inspector-General of Police concerning the incident.
“There’s no invitation to me from the Police. I will honour the Police invitation if I’m invited. The Police had invited people who are higher than me, even presidents. Who am I? I will honour the Police invitation,” Gbagi said.
He said he was never arrested by any team of police from Abuja.
Gbagi, however, promised to honour the invitation of the IGP if he is invited for questioning over the incident.