NAACP president resigns due to alleged accusations


An NAACP president in Oregon has surrendered after 11 individuals blamed him for sexual and mental maltreatment while going to his congregation many years back, the social equality bunch said. Portland NAACP President E.D. Mondainé presented his “prompt renunciation” late Tuesday, the association said in an announcement. 

The announcement said that , The organization does not support this behaviour and  is very much against all types of misuse, attack, provocation or segregation,” “Such accusations or behaviour is not welcome in the Association, whether or not these occurrences happened in the past or current organizations.”

An examination concerning the allegations is ongoing — and “extra and proper move” will be taken if important and necessary, NAACP authorities said. The abdication comes not exactly seven days after the Portland Mercury announced that three men guaranteed Mondainé, 61, explicitly and genuinely had attacked them while they were individuals from his congregation, Celebration Tabernacle in Portland, between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s. 

Eight others likewise blamed Mondainé for mental maltreatment during a similar range, as per the report. Mondainé, who actually fills in as top leader at the Pentecostal church, has denied the charges, saying they were straight false. He told the paper that It is a mere accusation without any ground reality. “Individuals can say whatever they have to state. I’ve never manhandled anybody.” 

Mondainé declared he would not look for re-appointment one day after the Mercury’s report, saying on Facebook Live that the charges were a “sign of the current pattern of drop culture,” The Oregonian announced. Mondaine also said that It would be pointless to defend against such a baseless accusation. He believes he should present the public with the truth that there is nothing solid or real in that accusation 

A relationship “that finished ineffectively” almost 20 years back likely prompted the allegations, Mondainé said a week ago without expounding, as per The Oregonian. Some NAACP individuals additionally recently blamed Mondainé for a monetary fumble and harassing in November, the Portland Tribune announced. A political decision for the part’s new administration will be hung on Nov. 21, as indicated by its site.


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