The Ghana Consul to Dubai, Samata Gifty Bukari has apologized for saying Nana Appiah Mensah will pay Menzgold customers soon.
According to Gifty Bukari, she did not know that no government official was not supposed to speak about the Menzgold and NAM1 saga.
In an interview with Accra-based radio Kasapa FM, Gifty Bukari apologized profusely for her comments regarding NAM1 and Menzgold customers.
Gifty Bukari apologized to government with reason that she unknowingly made those comments pertaining to the fate of Menzgold customers.
She also apologized to Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah since he was the one who announced the directive.
"I apologize profusely to government and particularly Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah and the people of Ghana for unknowingly flouting the directive. I retract every bit of my comment," she said.
Gifty Bukari after the release of CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah assured Ghanaians that NAM1 will refund their locked up investments soon.
According to Gifty Bukari, Nana Appiah Mensah is doing all it takes to settle all monies locked up in his gold dealership firm.
But she has retracted all that she said after reports revealed that no government official was supposed to comment on the Menzgold saga.
Meanwhile Nana Appiah Mensah and Menzgold have come into the news again after he was reported to have been freed.
According to the report, NAM1 after four months of battling a court case in Dubai has won the case.
The court ordered the company with which NAM1 had had issues with to pay him all outstanding debts.
The story comes as a relief to many Ghanaians especially Menzgold customers who were excited that their locked up cash will be paid soon.
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Source: Yen Ghana