Senyo Hosi threatens to sue Kennedy Agyapong over defamatory comments
- Hosi Senyo, CEO of BDCs, has threatened to sue Kennedy Agyapong for defamation
- Kennedy Agyapong had earlier stated that the BDC boss tried to offer a bribe of $1 million to Obeng Boateng
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Senyo Hosi, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Bulk Oil Distribution Companies (BDCs) has responded to claims by Kennedy Agyapong in an aggressive manner.
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The Member of Parliament for the Assin Central constituency had earlier alleged that the BDC head had offered bribe to a government official.
Kennedy Agyapong stated that Senyo Hosi had offered a $1 million bribe to Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) Alfred Obeng Boateng.
According to the acerbic legislator, Hosi had proffered the money to Alfred Obeng Boateng to influence the sale of a consignment of off-spec fuel.
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However, the consignment was eventually sold to Movenpiina after the BOST MD reportedly rejected the bribe.
However, Hosi has stated that there is no truth to the words and allegations of Kennedy Agyapong.
Speaking on the Accra-based Asempa FM, he stated the need not bribe the MD of BOST for any reason adding that the claims are completely false and cooked up.
The BDC boss added that he will accord Kennedy Agyapong the "due respect" and call him via phone to seek out his reasons for making such explosive claims against.
Hosi was however quick to add that, he will not hesitate to take legal action against Kennedy Agyapong for defamation in a bid to clear his name.
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