- Dr. Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has rubbished claims that the government owed him GH₵2 billion
- He said those peddling such rumours should stop it
- Nduom said his objective is finding cash to meet the needs of his customers
Dr. Nduom, owner of embattled Gold Coast Securities and GN Bank, now savings and loans, has rubbished claims that the government owed him some money.
He had gone wild on people he described as ‘attention seekers’, for carrying out such reports about him.
Nduom said his businesses must not be pitched with any government, political party or regulator.
He also addressed some news reports that have gone haywire about the many issues surrounding his the two companies earlier mentioned.
According to a post he made on Facebook which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nduom said he had not granted any interview to any media person, therefore, those reporting about a supposed dealing he had with government should desist from that.
He said though those peddling such reports and rumours were seeking attention for themselves and media house, their actions were hurting “innocent people, employees and customers.”
He, however, did not confirm or deny whether the government was owing his company that sum.
Dr. Nduom also revealed the plans he had to settle his aggrieved customers who have been ranting on various social media platforms for their money from his two companies.
According to him, his objective now is to find money and meet the needs of his customers as quickly as possible.
“I have not granted an interview to any radio, newspaper or online media entity or person. Those manufacturing stories to pitch me or any of my business enterprises against regulator, political parties, government, etc. must stop it. They may relish their race for attention but their actions are hurting innocent people, employees and customers,” Nduom wrote.
“I have only one objective. To find cash, liquidity to meet the needs of customers as quickly as possible,” he revealed.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the government was said to be owing the Ghanaian businessman and politician GH₵2 billion.
The amount, according to sources, was invested into a government project by Gold Coast Securities, however, the government had still not paid back on the project.
This, according to reports, had made operations for the company very difficult for the past six months.
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