The Ghana National Gas Company Limited has refuted reports of purported misconduct within the state-owned organization.
This response follows a publication in the Herald Newspaper, which alleged that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was informed about the misconduct but hesitated to act due to concerns regarding the Board Chair of Ghana Gas, Kennedy Agyapong.
In a statement, Ghana Gas categorically rejected these allegations, denouncing them as entirely untrue, malicious, and lacking in basis.
“Indeed, there is not scintilla of evidence to back the story,” the statement signed by the Head of Corporate Affairs, Ernest Kofi Owusu-Bempah Bonsu.
“There has never been any rot associated with our operations before at Ghana Gas we find it very unusual for a journalist outlet to throw away the cardinal journalist standard of fairness and the responsibility to tell the truth as it engages in news reporting,” the statement added.
The Ghana Gas also reaffirmed its dedication to conducting all of its business in a manner that adheres to the highest ethical standards.