UN suspends two employees over viral sex video


Over the trending viral video of sex workers in UN. The United Nations says it has suspended two workers involved in a recent sex video that went viral.

Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General, Stephane Dujarric, disclosed this in a statement in New York on Thursday.

The statement was confirmed by The Punch Newspaper to CMM after the suspension of the two worker. However the viral video was published by CMM a week ago.

The UN spokesman said on Thursday that the investigation was being handled by the UN Office of Internal Oversight Services.

He said, “Two male international staff members, who were in the UN vehicle in Tel Aviv have been identified as having engaged in misconduct, including conduct of sexual nature.

“Given the seriousness of the allegation of failing to observe the standards of conduct expected of international civil servants, the two staff members have been placed on Administrative Leave Without Pay.

“This is pending the results and conclusion of the ongoing OIOS investigation.

“UNTSO has re-engaged in a robust awareness-raising campaign to remind its personnel of their obligations to the UN Code of Conduct.

“The OIOS investigation continues”

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