Former Managing Director of Cavendish Petroleum, Ibrahim Mai Deribe has denied ever issuing a statement over the purported bribery of a serving Minister over an oil bloc.
In a strongly worded statement issued today, the businessman stated that the alleged statement did not originate from him and was indeed a figment of the imagination of the writer who contrived the whole thing to achieve an ulterior motive.
Ibrahim Mai Deribe revealed that he had left the post of Managing Director of Cavendish Petroleum for quite some time now and it is inconceivable that he will be issuing a statement as the organisation’s head, months after he had honourably left office.
Disassociating himself from the statement further, he revealed that it did not in any way reflect his interest or opinion and also added that to the best of his knowledge, it did not reflect the interest of Cavendish Petroleum.
See the statement from the former Cavendish Petroleum boss.