A former friend of embattled CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah has disclosed that he doubt if Menzgold customers will get back their locked up investments.
According to popular young millionaire, Ibrah One, NAM1 is not likely to pay back monies of customers who invested in his gold dealership firm.
In a Snapchat post, Ibrah One who is known for revealing top secrets about rich men in Ghana hinted that NAM1 is not going to pay back the money he owes.
"I feel bad for Menzgold customers who still have hope of getting money as promised by NAM1," he wrote.
YEN.com.gh cannot confirm if Ibrah One has any indepth information leading to his revelation on the fate of Menzgold customers.
But his post may carry some weight since Ibrah One is rumored to be a former friend of the embattled CEO of Menzgold.
Ibrah One in the same post added that the 15th April announcement that popped up concerning repaying Menzgold customers is skeptical and highly untrue.
"Nigga is just buying time so he announced that the Menzgold customers will be happy from the 15th April. Let's see," he added.
The emoji Ibrah One added to his post revealed that he is wondering if the promise of repayment on 15th April is going to really come on.
This revelation by Ibrah One is likely to worry Menzgold customers since they have been excited since the announcement of repayment popped up.
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Meanwhile, this is not the first time Ibrah One has accused NAM1 or purported to have revealed some secret about Menzgold dealings.
About two months ago, Ibrah One in similar post exposed what he termed as lies about NAM1's prosecution in Dubai.
According to him, the report that NAM 1 was going to be on trial in Dubai on February 2, 2019, was not true because no court in a UAE country opens on weekends since it falls on a Saturday.
Earlier before that allegation, he accused NAM1 of spending monies that were invested in his gold dealership firm on musicians and actors.
Ibrah One took to Snapchat to allege that NAM1 used investors’ monies on musicians and actors who had not acted in years.
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