- Nana Appiah Mensah has quoted Martin Luther King to tell how he feels with the recent happenings at Menzgold
- He said a man’s ultimate measure is not where he stands in comfort, but rather where he stands in times of challenges and controversy
- Nana Appiah has urged all Menzgold customers to remain calm while they are settled in due course
YEN.com.gh has sighted a post by the embattled CEO of Menzgold Company Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah, seemingly expressing how he feels with the current hard times the company finds itself in.
In the post, NAM1 quoted Martin Luther King Jnr., who spoke of how a man is measured in times of various challenges and comforts in life.
The quote reads: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in the moment of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenges and controversy.”
He then added his own word that he had accepted Luther King Jnr.’s challenge indicating that he was determined to endure to the end in these hard times of Menzgold, so that in the end, he would be admired by all for his resilience in the face of Menzgold's challenge and controversy.
This appears to be the second time Nana Appiah Mensah was speaking after one of his companies, Menzgold, suffered backlash from the BoG and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as well as the general public.
Since Menzgold was stopped from operation by the SEC, some Ghanaians have been rocked with confusion and aggression, especially, those who have invested sums with the company.
While some angry customers have blamed President Akufo-Addo for having a hand in the downfall of Menzgold, others have blamed NAM1, saying he deceived them with a “scam” company.
Other clients have also directed their frustration at the BoG and SEC for allowing Menzgold to operate for over five years and not “protecting” the citizens.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, an aggrieved customer who revealed that he invested GH₵24,000 few days to the closer of the company, said she was convinced by a Menzgold worker that NAM1 had a room full of cash to pay customers even if disaster should strike the company.
Meanwhile, the customers have said they do not subscribe to NAM1’s 90-day payment plan, and said they were giving the company an ultimatum of four weeks to pay all principal to the customers.
In a related development, a customer, Russel Senam, has said he is dragging Nana Appiah and his entire family to a popular shrine in the Volta Region called Nogokpo, to tie them there until they pay every amount he owns him.
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