Woyome denies Occupy Ghana allegations

Woyome denies Occupy Ghana allegations

Businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has denied allegations by pressure group, Occupy Ghana, that he has entered into a GHC35 million contract with the Government of Ghana.

Woyome denies Occupy Ghana allegations

Embattled business Alfred Agbesi Woyome has denied allegations made by popular pressure group Occupy Ghana that he's entered into a GHC35 million contract with the government through one of his companies, Anator Holdings Company Limited.

The business tycoon referred to the allegations as unfortunate, while Anator Holdings Company Limited issued a statement denying the claims, saying “We write to correct the rather unfortunate picture painted by a public enterprise project which will add final processed value to as much of our natural resources as possible,offer millions of job opportunities to Ghanaians and promises to place Ghana firmly in the centre of the global comity of prosperous nations.”

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Further adding that “the project which has taken more than 12 years to incubate is not a contract from government of Ghana to Anator Holding Company Limited.”

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Woyome denies Occupy Ghana allegations

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