I will advice any Ghanaian, including myself, who has hope of receiving their locked up funds from gold dealership Menzgold to give up.
Reason I’m saying we should give up is that the CEO himself, Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1 is saying his own company owes him money and has refused to pay.
NAM1 in a social media banter with a Menzgold customer revealed that he does not owe any Ghanaian as many assume but it is Menzgold that owes them.
He added that the company, Menzgold, even owes him money so he as an individual is in the same situation as everyone else so Ghanaians should give him a break.
This happened when the embattled Ghanaian businessman made a post to celebrate Founder’s Day yesterday.
In the comments, @Jerry_Joy_quaye questioned, “Won’t you pay me my money?”
NAM1 responded angrily, “@Jerry_Joy_quaye Menzgold would definitely pay you, that’s if you’re truly owed by the company. I DON”T OWE YOU OR ANYBODY. This is a matter of FACT. I am actually also owed heavily by the Company. We are patiently waiting. Thank You. God Bless.”
If the CEO himself says his company, which has been locked up by government over fraud allegations is owing him money, who are we as customers of that same firm to complain?
Again, who is going to pay us our money if the owner is shouting at us that “HE DOES NOT OWE ANYONE MONEY.”
With this said, I have officially given up hopes of receiving my locked up funds and will advise my family and friends to do the same – or you suggest we heap more fire on NAM1 to cough up our cash?