Chairman Wontumi’s mining truck allegedly burnt by Samartex Timber Company

Headlines Chairman Wontumis mining truck allegedly burnt by Samartex Timber Company
SEP 30, 2022 LISTEN

The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party Bernard Antwi Bosiako, popularly known as Chairman Wontumi may lose appetite for food today concerning a recent development about his mining equipment.

A mining truck belonging to the Akonta Mining Company, a subsidiary of the Wontumi Group of Companies has been reportedly burnt by Samreboi-based Samartex Timber and Plywood Company Limited.

With a sorrowful heart, the business magnate speaking on Kumasi-based Wontumi TV’s Morning Show today, September 30, said the incident has saddened him.

He described the incident as a plot by Samartex to sabotage his mining company. He intimated that he is only being quiet because emotions are not used in solving problems.

“I have kept quiet because you can’t use emotions to solve problems. You have to be rational,” he complained

Chairman Wontumi added, “it’s a plot by the Samartex Timber and Wood Company to destroy my company.”

His contract which was signed before moving to his area of operation, according to him, is valid till 2035 and, as such, the timber company, also, a private company like his, has no right to burn his property.

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