SINGAPORE - More than a year after the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) sacked its former chief executive Edmund Kwok for committing a “reportable offence” against a male subordinate, the case has concluded with Mr Kwok being let off by the police with a stern warning.
Mr Kwok, now 60, was fired in November 2016 for a "personal indiscretion" involving a staff member in his 20s.
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