The struggles of customers of gold trading firm, Menzgold Ghana Limited, to have monies they invested in the company refunded to them is not limited to only those in Ghana.
Information available to YEN.com.gh indicates that the company's customers in the United Kingdom are also agitated as they are finding it difficult to get their monies back.
According to deep-throat sources with inside knowledge of Menzgold's UK operations, customers are already hunting for one Kingsley Asiedu, said to be a brother of Nana Appiah Mensah, the embattled CEO of Menzgold who is popularly known as NAM 1.
Kingsley, our sources reveal convinced a lot of people to invest in his brother's company.
But he has gone into hiding in the UK where he lives since the company's troubles started in order to escape the wrath of the many people he got to invest.
With the company's London office shutdown, customers have turned their anger on Kingsley who is said to have acted as NAM 1's right-hand man and PR manager in the UK.
Kingsley is said to have been instrumental in the launch of Menzgold's operations in the UK and Spain.
He was often seen traveling around the world with NAM 1 is currently nowhere to be found and all efforts to reach him have failed as his phones are currently switched off.
Sources suggest that with several heated verbal and physical confrontations taking place between him and customers demanding their investments, Kingsley has run out of excuses and has since abandoned his home in the UK.
Meanwhile, the founder and leader of the True Word Fire Prophetic Ministries (TWPFM), Prophet Nigel Gaisie has prophesied about Menzgold and it is not something, customers of the gold trading company will be happy about.
Prophet Nigel during his 31st Night service prophesied that Menzgold customers would gnash their teeth and weep but that will not bring their money.
According to him, they should forget about getting their money back and move on because “their funds have been blown away by the wind”.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had published the list of banks which have been approved by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to do business in Ghana in 2019.
The list followed the December 31 deadline the BoG gave to banks to raise a inimum capital requirement of GHC400m.
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