NAM1 look-alike pops up, Menzgold customers after him for their cash (Video)

NAM1 look-alike pops up, Menzgold customers after him for their cash (Video)

A young man was unlucky as he was nearly disgraced in public for just resembling someone.

This young man who looks like Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1), was harassed by the company’s customers.

These angry customers thought the young man was NAM1 and they quickly followed him to demand their cash from him.

NAM1 look-alike pops up, Menzgold customers after him for their cash (Video)

NAM1 look-alike pops up, Menzgold customers after him for their cash (Video)
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This incident took place on Saturday, March 2, 2019, during the funeral of highlife artiste, Anokye Supremo.

In explaining what happened in an interview with Kofi TV said:

Because of what happened, I’m afraid when I step out at times. Some time ago, we went to do some work at some place and one guy came there looking for NAM1 because he has heard he is around to shoot a movie. It took the director to go and convince them that that isn’t NAM1. Because of that, I had to leave the set to save my life”. Abbrah recounted his challenge.

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He maintained that he doesn’t know the real NAM1 and that he’s no way related to him, so people should stop mistaking him as NAM1.

Following the shutdown of Menzgold by Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), the company has failed to pay the customers agreed 15 per cent of their principal.

Meanwhile, NAM1 is currently in Dubai facing a misdemeanor charge and has appeared in court three times.

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