SINGAPORE - Former Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) chief Ng Boon Gay returned to court Tuesday after being charged with corruption two weeks ago.
The 46-year-old Ng had allegedly received sexual gratification from Ms Cecilia Sue Siew Nang in return for "furthering the business interests" of the companies she was working for.
Ms Sue was an employee of IT vendors Oracle Corporation Singapore and Hitachi Data Systems between June and December last year.
The Straits Times said Ng's lawyer, Tan Chee Meng of Wong Partnership, told the court his client will not enter a plea as the particulars of the case were not yet available.
He had told the court in the first session that charges against Ng did not clarify how he had helped "further the business interests" of the companies.
Ng is the second public servant to be charged after former Singapore Civil Defence Force commissioner Peter Lim Sin Pang, who allegedly received sexual favours from three women in a separate sex-for-contract case.
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