- An angry client has revealed that he is taking CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, and his entire family to a shrine popularly known as Nogokpo
- The client said he has a huge investment with Menzgold and cannot afford to lose his money
- He said he would tie Nana Appiah Mensah and his family to the shrine till Menzgold pays his money
A client of Menzgold has angrily threatened to drag the company's CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah, to Nogopko, a popular shrine in the Volta Region, to discipline him, YEN.com.gh can report.
The client, who gave his name as Russel Senam, said he was not ready to leave his investment with Menzgold, hence his decision to drag NAMI to the shrine.
His thoughts were captured in a trending Facebook video that has garnered a lot of reactions.
According to Senam, he has a huge investment with Menzgold, and, to protect it, he believes tying Nana Appiah and his family to the shrine till he is paid every pesewa owed him is the best option.
“The investment I have with Menzgold is huge, and so if everyone else would leave their money with the company, I will not do that. I am a Voltarian, and I will take Nana Appiah and his whole family to Nogokpo and keep them there till he pays my money,” he said.
Since the order by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to Menzgold to halt operations, Ghanaians have been rocked by confusion, especially, those who have investment with the company, over the fate of their investments.
In a related development, Menzgold has announced that it will no longer pay dividends to clients because the customers have indicated that they are no longer interested in the dividends.
The company further said its current state would also not enable it pay the dividends, hence it was scraping the payment all together.
Meanwhile, other angry clients have blamed the current state of Menzgold on President Akufo-Addo.
According to them, before the president and the NPP came into power, they enjoyed smooth and good services with Menzgold under the NDC.
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