More NewsRefugee finance manager suspended

Refugee finance manager suspended

Banning order issued to finance manaher following Housing Corporation probe

The finance manager of a housing association dedicated to providing homes
refugees has been suspended, along with the chief executive of the organisation,
following allegations of mismanagement, misconduct and maladministration.

Reports in the Guardian say that Richard O’Dur, the finance manager,
and Ron Moodley, the chief executive, have both been served with orders banning
them from the offices of the ARHAG housing association following an
investigation

According to the Guardian, a staff whistleblower at ARHAG has received death
threats after supplying documents to the Housing Corporation, which served the
banning orders, and the Audit Commission.

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