Ghana Nationwide Fuel Firm has dismissed media stories of rot in its operations.
An announcement issued by the Head of Company Communications, Ernest Kofi Owusu-Bempah, on Tuesday, September 19 cited The Herald newspaper as having printed a report headlined: ‘Rot at Ghana Fuel however Akufo-Addo gov’t afraid of Kennedy Agyapong’.
“The corporate needs to state categorically that the Herald publication is totally false, malicious and unfounded.
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“Certainly, there is no such thing as a scintilla of proof to again the Herald story,” Mr Owusu-Bempah said.
He described the report as false.
“There has by no means been any rot related to our operations right here at Ghana Fuel and we discover it very uncommon for a journalistic outlet to throw away the cardinal journalistic normal of equity and the duty to inform the reality because it engages in information reporting.”
The nation’s foremost fuel firm demanded a retraction and a proper apology from the Herald newspaper “to restore the injury precipitated to our group”.
It assured its stakeholders of upholding the best moral requirements in all its operations.