NKF CEO SACKED OVER INDISCRETION WITH MALE STAFF

The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) sacked CEO Edmund Kwok 2 days ago after it was discovered that he had a “personal indiscretion” that involved a male staffer.

The NKF was lodging a police report over the incident and revealed that the incident was a “reportable offence”.

Kwok has been CEO since 2013.

In a statement released earlier today, NKF assured stakeholders that Kwok’s dismissal had nothing to do with finances and that operations would not be affected.

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