Aggrieved customers of Menzgold have reopened the protracted saga by demanding that Nana Appiah Mensah, aka NAM 1 pays their monies to them without any further delay. The ultimatum was issued after NAM1 published some of the clients he claimed he says he has disbursed ¢9.6 million to them.
At a press conference organized by the Coalition of Aggrieved Customers of Menzgold (CACM) in Accra yesterday, the customers plainly stated that they had not received any money from NAM1
The customers believe NAM1 is playing games on them while wondering where he got the money to pay them after the Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO), through a court order, had frozen NAM1’s assets.
With chants of “Our blood, our money” and “Menzgold customers lives matter”, they described their plight as an emergency national security issue and appealed to the government to pay their investments from the consolidated fund.
The Secretary to the Coalition of Aggrieved Customers of Menzgold (CACM), Mr Samuel Odartey, who addressed the press conference, expressed the group’s displeasure with the magnificent display showcased at the signing of Tisha, a new music artist, to the neglect of customers whose funds were locked up with Menzgold.
“Victims of Menzgold continue to lose their lives. About 55 customers have died so far. We are very much appalled by NAM1’s bravado and open disregard for the laws of the land.
Seeing a man who has been slapped with 61 criminal charges, including money laundering, still signing financial contracts and being escorted by macho men, is sad”, Mr Odartey said.