Brivywells Sawmill CEO ‘fights’ media for linking Hellen Huang to his company

Brivywells Sawmill CEO ‘fights’ media for linking Hellen Huang to his company

The top Management of Brivywells Company Limited, a local timber company at Damongo in the Savannah Region has vehemently rubbished the rumours making

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The top Management of Brivywells Company Limited, a local timber company at Damongo in the Savannah Region has vehemently rubbished the rumours making rounds that the company is owned by the fugitive Chinese illegal timber merchant, Helen Huang, who is on Police wanted list after jumping bail.

A statement issued and signed by the CEO of the company, Mr. Emmanuel Dovi Gbedema described as unfortunate for a section of Ghanaian media to forcibly give the ownership of the company to Hellen Huang without backing it with any experiential evidence.

The statement said; Brivywells Company Limited is a hundred percent indigenous Ghanaian owned business establishment with Mr. Emmanuel Dovi Gbedema as its Chief Executive (CEO) and Managing Director (MD) and NOT the so-called Helen Huang or any Chinese national as it has been alleged in some local media and consumed by a section of the public during the arrest of one Chinese female national, Hellen Huang in Tamale in the Northern Region.

According to the statement, the Chinese woman Hellen Huang had never had any link, association or relationship with Brivywells Company Limited presently or previously as far as their operations as wood processing sawmill was concerned.

“Management is equally serving notice to any press house, institution or individuals to desist from linking us to anything that has to do with the said Chinese woman (Hellen Huang) concerning our rights to ownership of Brivywells Company Ltd at Yipala.

It says the company does not involve itself in Rosewood harvesting or felling but purchase and process rosewood as its raw material for operation.

The statement admitted that Brivywells Company Limited has employed a lot of Ghanaians and some few Chinese nationals, who provide technical support and guide the processing of the logs to meet the international market standard.

The Management threatened to use every legitimate means deal with any media house or group persons that would attempt to tarnish the reputation of his company.