Rugby star Trimble stands by scandal-rocked Oxfam
Last week, Oxfam International ambassadors including Hollywood star Minnie Driver and Archbishop Desmond Tutu quit their roles amid the Haiti sex scandal
Ulster rugby stark Andrew Trimble has said he remains committed to Oxfam, despite the scandal engulfing the charity. Trimble is an ambassador for Oxfam Ireland.
In response to a question from this newspaper, Trimble said: “Yes, I am committed to my role as Oxfam Ireland ambassador and look forward to building on the work we’ve done together.”
Last week, Oxfam International ambassadors including Hollywood star Minnie Driver and Archbishop Desmond Tutu...
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