Monrovia – Turkish gold mining company MNG Gold says allegation levied in a lawsuit by lawyers representing several communities in Bong County based on a 2017 accidental chemical spillage are “false claims”. “There was a news reported on FrontPage Africa stating that “Cyanide Polluted Towns In Bong County Sue MNG Gold For US$285 Million In Damages”. We would like to inform the public and MNG Gold stakeholders that we have always and will continue to do all that is humanly possible to address any concerns of our stakeholders or allegations made in the public domain,” Erkan Yildiz, MNG Gold Communication and Social Responsibility Director said in a release. “MNG Gold will, in due course, appropriately respond to these allegations, as shall be necessary to protect all stakeholders, as well as its corporate reputation,” the release discloses. MNG Gold is one of the largest contributors to the Liberian economy through its gold mines and exploration activities.
Source: Front Page Africa October 11, 2018 03:11 UTC