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3 ex-workers accuse National Cathedral architect of sexual misconduct

Three Black women who Sir David Adjaye previously collaborated with have accused him of sexual misconduct. Sir David Adjaye is the architect of the National Cathedral of Ghana project.

While Adjaye acknowledged having had encounters in the past with the allegations, he assured journalists that all of them were consensual.

On July 4, the story was revealed by the Investigations department of The Financial Times magazine in a lengthy article titled, “Sir David Adjaye: the celebrated architect accused of sexual misconduct.”

The three women who made the accusations against Adjaye when they were working with him were the main focus of the narrative, which included charges of sexual assault and harassment.

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The story noted that a representative for Adjaye claimed that each of the three ladies had “their own grievances” against him.

Adjaye said: “I categorically reject any claims of sexual misconduct, abuse, or criminal wrongdoing in answer to inquiries regarding the claims made by the three women. These claims are incorrect, upsetting to my family and I, and contrary to everything I stand for.

“I am ashamed to say that I entered into relationships that, while completely consensual, obfuscated the lines between my personal and professional lives,” he continued. I apologize profusely. I will promptly seek expert assistance to rebuild trust and responsibility, learn from these errors, and make sure they never occur again.


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