A customer of the defunct MenzGold company has made a passionate to Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) to refund all his money so he could access healthcare for his failing eyesight.
Identified as Stephen Boakye, 39, the man said he invested a whopping ₵106,000 in MenzGold after a friend at work told him how lucrative the investment was.
“A friend told me about it, he said this is what has come into the system and he has bought his car from it so I should try my best and do like six months and see what will happen,” he sadly recounted.
“I then went to my banks, Commercial and Access Bank and withdrew all my money there to go and buy the gold chips at Menzgold to invest,” asked if he didn’t doubt Menzgold, and he said Nana Appiah Mensah’s lifestyle convinced him.
“I am someone who investigates things but because I saw him working GFA and he also went to meet the President, Nana Addo, I was convinced his business was genuine,” he told JoyNews’ Joseph Ackay-Blay who interviewed him on the ‘Total Recall’ show.
It has also been established that Stephen was part of some of the aggrieved MenzGold customers who stormed the residence of Nana Appiah Mensah to ask for their money before the police swooped in on them,
According to Stephen, the police fired warning shots at the protest and he fell before his arrest.