The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold Ghana Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah, has again poured his anger in the full glare of Ghanaians over how the government is whipping him in the wake of his brouhaha with SEC citing that it is an unfair whipping up of sentiments against him
According to Nana Appiah Mensah, he feels betrayed by the authorities of the country whom he felt did not support businesses from its own people.
In an Instagram post made on Thursday morning by the business mogul, he emphasized how his close friends and business associates have been silent in his fight to revive Menzgold after it was closed down by SEC.
“Somewhere in Africa: A purported fraudulent business has been paying income and corporate taxes for gov’t, Salaries and SNNIT for staff, 5% & now 3% royalties on over $100 million dollars gold bars exports for the Minerals Commission, discharged contractual obligations fully to thousands of clients and have embarked on various Corporate Social responsibilities for 5 years successfully with no objection.#SeektheFacts. At the end, what I would live with would be the shock at the silence of my friends and associates and not the temporary slay of my foes.#ValuesAdded #LifeLessons”
It could be recalled that the deputy minister of Finance, Charles Adu Boahen revealed that the gold firm won’t operate again and that NAM 1 as Nana Appiah Mensah is affectionately called, should do everything possible to pay all investors and depositors.
Hundreds of Menzgold customers have for the past months been thronging the premises of Menzgold Ghana Limited to retrieve their deposits since news of SEC shutdown went viral on 12th September 2018.
In some instances, even chaos broke out among some customers and the management of Menzgold when customers refused to go back home without their money.