Yesterday Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale celebrated his 34th birthday and one person who took to social media to wish him a happy birthday is his boss and Ceo of Menzgold Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM 1.
But some customers of his defunct investment company Menzgold couldn’t understand why NAM 1 who has promised to pay back their monies after his return to Ghana and his subsequent release from the Ghanaian police is yet to carry out the payment.
NAM1 took to Instagram to share a photo of himself with Shatta Wale while praying for strength and long life for the Dancehall star
“Happy Birthday bro. Age in grace and strength. Keep moving … Our back is a burnt bridge.#KingAlready #ZylofonMusic. #Ghanashallprosper. #maranatha,” he wrote.
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Read the customers comments below:
@lisabelle374: “Oh it’s sad o..everyday Ghana shall prosper,Ghana shall this ..this money has caused us a lot of harm than you think ..pls try and pay us o ..we are suffering ..lemme speak for myself “I am suffering.”
Another person to comment on it was Stonebwoy’s brother-in-law, Bright Ahenkorah (known on Instagram as @lion_bhimnative). Bright had been tagged with his wife (Stonebwoy’s sister) in a comment by @freddy_cole which read: “@lion_bhimnative @msa_ra we want money ah opana say happy birthday ooo”
@lion_bhimnative responded saying he was even tired: “@freddy_cole I tire sef.”
@kofi_dangote did not mince word as he told NAM1 to stop fooling and pay customers: “Masa shun dey fool den pay the money.”
Looks like the customers are already tired with NAM 1 and they expect is to get their monies and until that is done, he has no breathing space to do anything else.