The Deputy Communications Manager of Menzgold, Nii Armah, has revealed how he escaped unhurt after he was chased by angry customers of the company.
The customers of the embattled gold dealership firm have been worried for the past 30 days after the Security and Exchange Commission instructed the company to halt operations.
Two weeks ago, management of Menzgold announced a schedule that will be used to pay customers' dividends.
This was after two postponements, which sparked panic withdrawals from some concerned investors.
But although some customers have received theirs, others are still in the dark as to when their dividends will be paid to them.
According to a report by GH One TV sighted by YEN.com.gh, the customers who are yet to receive their dividends chased the deputy Communication Manager of the company from the company’s Dzorwulu office to the East Legon office.
In narrating his ordeal, Nii Armah said, “I was moving out from the Dzorwwulu office and the customers accosted me asking me where I was going and I told them I’m going to the East Legon branch because there is something I have to finish up quickly.
“I don’t know why they followed me but naturally you have to understand, they were angry and they needed their money, but thankfully the police escorted me and they brought me to the East Legon office.”
Meanwhile, Menzgold has taken legal action against the Bank of Ghana (BoG) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) following weeks of inconclusive discussions.
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