Embattled Member of Parliament for South East St. Ann, the People’s National Party’s Lisa Hanna, is declaring that she has nothing to hide after a team from the Office of the Contractor General visited her constituency offices yesterday as part of an investigation.
The anti-corruption agency is looking into activities at the St. Ann Parish Council and Miss Hanna’s constituency office.
Miss Hanna has told Nationwide News that mischief could be behind the report that has caused the Contractor General to visit her office.
Abka Fitz-Henley reports:
Nationwide News understands that Hanna will be summoned to appear before Contractor General Dirk Harrison’s commission of parliament to answer questions.
A team of investigators turned up at the MP’s constituency office yesterday and reviewed files and computers.
Hanna, who’s also the PNP Region 1 Chairman and the country Youth and Culture Minister says she has nothing to hide.
Hanna has been facing backlash in her constituency from a number of influential forces, including some councillors.
Say says she unsure what prompted the Contractor General’s investigation, but it could be mischief.
Minister Hanna says the OCG team spent approximately 2-and-and-half hours at her office.
She says she has already responded to a number of queries from OCG investigators.