The former heads of two agencies mired in the corruption scandal which enveloped the former ministry of Energy, Science & Technology have been summoned to appear before parliament's Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC) on Wednesday.
They are Camille Buchanan, the former Chief Executive Officer of the Universal Service Fund (USF), and Carolyn Warren, who used to be Managing Director of National Energy Solutions Limited (NESOL).
Dr. Wykeham McNeill, Chairman of the PAAC, told RJR News that there are questions the women still need to answer, despite their resignations.
Ms Warren resigned amid revelations she had been convicted for six criminal offences, five of them drug-related.
Ms. Buchanan was accused of exercising poor judgement in hiring her daughter at the USF.