Franciszek Przybyła, assistant to MP Łukasz Mejza, is no longer an employee of PKO Bank Polski. “On April 21, Mr. Franciszek Przybyła’s employment contract was terminated at the employee’s initiative,” the bank’s press office said in a reply sent to TVN24 Biznes.
Wirtualna Polska informed on Thursday that Franciszek Przybyła has been working at PKO BP for over a week, he has become a specialist in the organization’s team in the personnel management department at the largest Polish bank controlled by the state.
Franciszek Przybyła at PKO BP
“The office building at ul. Chmielna in Warsaw was entered in the system as his place of work. But in reality Przybyła works remotely from Zielona Góra, i.e. Łukasz Mejza’s electoral district” – we could read in the article.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State Assets became interested in the case Jacek Sasin. “I asked the president of PKO BP to re-examine the advisability of employing Mr. Franciszek Przybyła in the bank,” Sasin wrote on Twitter on Thursday.
PKO Bank Polski informed us on Friday that Franciszek Przybyła resigned from his job at the bank. “PKO Bank Polski informs that on April 21, Mr. Franciszek Przybyła’s employment contract was terminated at the employee’s initiative,” reads the response sent to TVN24 Biznes.
Radio ZET was the first to report this.
Franciszek Przybyła, assistant to MP Łukasz Mejza, was supposed to persuade parents of terminally ill children to unproven therapy for huge money. She arrived as a representative of Łukasz Mejza’s company, he contacted Mrs. Katarzyna Sokół, who suffers from adrenoleukodystrophy. The woman spoke about it in an interview with TVN24.
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