- Lawyer for aggrieved Menzgold clients, Amanda Clinton, has expressed surprise at the delays in freezing the assets of the company
- She argued that the assets of the GFA were frozen about 24 hours after Number 12, an investigative documentary, was released
Amanda Clinton, lawyer for clients of Menzgold Ghana Limited, has expressed surprise at the fact that freezing the company’s assets has taken five months.
According to her, the accounts of Ghana Football Association (GFA) were frozen about 24 hours after Anas Aremeyaw Anas' Number 12 scandal broke.
For that of Menzgold to take five months and still counting, is a development she has expressed surprise at.
She went ahead to express her conviction that the government’s pussyfooting has unleashed hardship on her clients.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in September 2018, directed that Menzgold should be shut down.
YEN.com.gh understands that its clients have been using the courts to get their monies back, and using the streets to pile pressure on government.
Myjoyonline.com reports that in the year 2019, there has been three demonstrations with a brewing expectation that May 2019 edition of the monthly exercise will kick off.
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