Shatta Wale has once again hit hard at the president of Ghana again in the ongoing Menzgold – Bank of Ghana brouhaha. According to Shatta Wale in a new tweet, it will be a clear proof that Nana Addo does not care about the youth of Ghana if Menzgold goes down.
According to Shatta Wale, Ken Ofori Atta the Finance minister does not have more votes than him and if Nana Addo does not step in and make sure BoG leaves Menzgold alone and Menzgold collapses it will mean he does not care about the youth of Ghana.
For the past one week, one of the most trending news in Ghana is the public notice by the Bank of Ghana that Menzgold is not licensed to take money from Ghanaians.
Many would have expected Menzgold to deal with the issue professionally but Nana Appiah Mensah, the CEO of Menzgold went on twitter to call Bank of Ghana a joke.
He even described them as propagandists and inefficient people trying to use Menzgold to cover up for their mess.
NAM1 has since been invited by EOCO for questioning following the BoG publication. But Menzgold has officially come out with a statement that they are duly licensed and Bank of Ghana is not their regulator. They mentioned the Mineral Commision as their regulators.
Shatta Wale has already come with a video calling on the youth to support NAM1 in the ongoing issue. This is the second time he is throwing shades in the Menzgold -BoG affair.
Many people have also called on the youth and the celebrities who are eating from the palms of NAM1 to allow Bank of Ghana to perform its duty.
It’s surprising why all of a sudden everyone thinks they know better than the Bank of Ghana so the Bank of Ghana should take instructions from them or the youth.
READ SHATTA WALE’S TWEET BELOW
So Mr President are you saying Ken Ofori Atta has votes more than your own son Shatta Wale..How can they bring down a structure that is in Favor of the youths of Ghana all in the name of politics..If Zylofon or Menzgold go down it means you don’t care about we the youth of Gh!
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) August 11, 2018