London: Former England cricketer Phil Edmonds “strenuously” denied accusations of wrongdoing on Thursday after a campaign group claimed he and a partner “carved out an African business empire with bribery and dirty tricks”.
Sable Mining, a company co-founded by Edmonds and his business parter Andrew Groves, said a report the company had bribed African officials was based on “unreliable” testimony.
Anti-corruption campaign group Global Witness had accused Edmonds and Groves of a “multi-million dollar heist” in an investigation it said was based on leaked emails and company files.
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