The Herald Retracts And Apologizes To Magnum Security

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The Herald wishes to apologize to Alhaji Mohammed Seidu and management of Magnum Security Forces Limited, over the Wednesday June 12 to Thursday June 13, 2013 edition titled “HOW SOHIN SECURITY GOT KOTOKA SECURITY JOB… Competed With Eleven Companies. NPP’s Magnum Security In Dirty Media Campaign”.

Subsequent to the publication, our attention was drawn to certain inaccuracies with respect to Magnum Security Forces Ltd especially claims that;
1. The company is owned by the late ex-Vice President Alhaji Aliu Mahama

2. That it took part in the tender process towards selecting a suitable security company to keep watch over the airport.

3. That it was behind a dirty media campaign borne out of sour grapes against the government.

Based on information provided to us by Alhaji Mohammed Seidu, The Herald wishes to retract the said publication with respect to all the above claims made against the company by our sources, and profusely apologize to the company and its management.

We however stand by the rest of the story.

Signed,
Larry-AlansDogbey,
Managing Director

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