President and CEO of CCA Capital Partners Limited, Andrew Simpson refutes corruption suggestions; he says his company has been caught in a crossfire between Clarendon Alumina Production (CAP) board members.
In an address Wednesday, Simpson whose company and name have featured in the controversial CAP contract awarding now under investigation, says he’s confident CAP received value for money and significant savings from their deal.
He refutes suggestions that the contracts were simply rolled over every six months.
Caught in a crossfire is how Andrew Simpson, President, and CEO of CCA Capital Partners Limited is describing the recent controversy he’s now embroiled in with the Clarendon Alumina Production Limited (CAP). Simpson has taken issue with the developments and reports, adding his contract can stand up to any scrutiny.
He is slamming false claims that his consultancy company enjoyed consecutive renewals of contracts every six months.
Simpson says he’s been in constant dialogue with all the disputing members of the cap board via meetings and conference calls. He also explains that cap relied on them because of their small team and construct.