A Ghanaian consultancy firm, Irbard Security Consult, has established a counselling center for Menzgold customers.
Mr. Irbard Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Security Consult, located at Abelenkpe in Accra, said the counselling center was necessary because many of the Menzgold customers are going through difficult times.
Mr. Ibrahim noted that many Menzgold customers are going through humiliation and mockery from some section of Ghanaians.
This he said is having a very negative toll on many of the customers who are unable to retrieve their locked up cash with defunct Menzgold.
Mr. Ibrahim explained that the situation has made most of the Menzgold customers become victims of trauma and abuse.
"Making mockery of them or blaming politicians will do very little to mitigate their pain, a kind word of sympathy from us to each person who has suffered losses would go a long way to put their heart at rest", he noted.
Mr. Ibrahim, providing reason for the move said: "the State’s security and regulatory institutions continue to probe the case, the least Ghanaians could do for their colleagues, relatives, friends and loved ones was to provide emotional and psychological support than labeling them as not being smart or as greedy."
The CEO urged Menzgold customers to disclose their plight to their loved ones if they have not done so already as there was no emotional support better than those from close relations.
YEN.com.gh published that Ghanaian gold dealership firm, Menzgold was asked to shutdown by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) amid licensing issues.
After the order from SEC, Menzgold has not been able to refund money that customers invested in the company.
The CEO of the gold dealership firm, Nana Appiah Mensah on the other hand has been reported to be searching for money to pay back his customers.
With news that the embattled CEO of Menzgold was in Dubai, Ghanaian authorities were reported to have flown into Dubai to extradite Nana Appiah Mensah on Thursday, 17 January, 2019.
But as at now, YEN.com.gh cannot confirm whether NAM1 has been extradited to Ghana or not.
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