Aya Boss refutes Claims that he intends to settle the sexual harassment case out of court
The Chairman of Aya group of companies, Mohammed Hamid has refuted allegations that he intends to settle the sexual harassment case levelled against him out of court.
Hamid was responding to media reports that he was seeking an out of court settlement with a former employee Jamila Opondo who accused him of sexual harassment and assault.
On Tuesday , while addressing the press, Aya group chairman Muhammad Hamid maintained his stance saying Opondo was only trying to clear her name following an alleged failed attempt to extort money from him. Hamid says he is ready to face the law if he is found to have committed any crime.
In April, the police concluded investigations into two reported cases of sexual harassment and forwarded the files the director of public prosecutions.
However, the spokesperson in the office of the Directorate of Public Prosecution, Jane Kajuga, said that the files were found wanting and returned to the police.