Managing Director of GIHOC Distilleries Company Limited, Maxwell Kofi Jumah has denied allegations by a group calling itself Concerned members of GIHOC.
The group, which consists of aggrieved staff of GIHOC, accused Mr Kofi Jumah of appointing undeserving persons to positions they don’t deserve after taking bribes from them.
However, addressing the media on the matter in Kumasi, the former MP for Asokwa rubbished the allegations, insisting that he has never taken any bribes.
According to Mr. Kofi Jumah, he is aware that womanizing is his weakness but corruption is not in his nature.
He insisted that he’s focused on capturing the foreign markets and will not be swayed by his detractors.
Mr Jumah’s admission of womanizing,however, appears to confirm the allegations made by a section of his aggrieved staff that he gives job opportunities to undeserving young ladies in exchange for sexual gratification.