The chief executive officer of Zylofon Media and Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1, has reacted to some claims that were circulating in the media that he borrowed his private jet.
The businessman took to his Instagram account and shared a copy a letter and photos believed to prove that he is the owner of a private jet he launched and was seen in a few years ago.
His post follows some screenshots that were circulating on social media to the effect that he had borrowed a private jet to deceive some people.
After sharing the proof of ownership, he captioned it, “I OWN IT. There you go! Your hate and lies can't and won't stop God's blessings for his anointed ones; Especially those who are called according to his purpose. #Repent! Jesus is coming back soon. #ALL SHOULD KINDLY STAY CALM ..MENZGOLD SHALL HAVE A GREAT REBOUND SOON. Cheers”
He went on to advice the perpetrators of fake news to turn over a new leaf and give their lives to Jesus Christ.
Earlier, there were some screenshots going round on social media reported to be a conversation between NAM1 and a business associate.
Excerpts of the message highlighted that NAM1, contrary to popular belief, borrowed a private jet to deceive Ghanaians when news was rife that he had purchased it.
NAM1 took to Instagram to rubbish the claims going round and said the info was “fake news”.
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He shared the screen grabs of the alleged Whatsapp message captioned it, “I would like to humbly urge the public to disregard these messages as I have never had such conversations and must be rejected because it is fake news.
These carefully crafted social media posts are calculated to draw disaffection for me and a close observation will show that it is fake”, excerpts from his earlier his post read.
In a related development, young Ghanaian millionaire, Ibrah One, has waded into the Menzgold saga and made some allegations.
According to Ibrah One, deposits made by clients of the gold hub have been channeled into the management of musicians and actors who had not acted in years.
Following up with his earlier claims Ibrah has also revealed his readiness to end his own life if Menzgold is able to return to business on September 28.
The gold outfit and the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) have been engaged in a give and take over the past few weeks, which has resulted in the suspension of the company’s gold vault services and dividend payments.
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