- Kumawood actor Lilwin has revealed that his money is still locked up with embattled gold dealership firm Menzgold
- The actor disclosed that he no more thinks about the locked up cash since the company has collapsed
- Lilwin denied claims that he built his school from proceeds he got from investing in Menzgold
Popular Kumawood actor Lilwin known in real life as Kwadwo Nkansah has lamented about his locked up investment with Menzgold.
According to the actor who doubles as a singer, he has forgotten about his cash that is locked up with Menzgold.
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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Lilwin denied claims that he got his money from Menzgold investment.
" I didn't know much about Menzgold, it was someone who advised me to go and invest in Menzgold," he revealed.
"After I invested, I got returns for one year and then re-invested the money. It was after the re-investment that Menzgold collapsed," he added.
Lilwin went on to reveal that his money is still locked up there as he has considered it a loss as part of life.
"As a man, you go through a lot of problems so this is one of those problems in life. I have forgotten about my locked-up cash at Menzgold," he stressed.
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He noted that he decided not to complain because this is not the first time he lost a fortune or an investment.
Lilwin stated that he bought plots of lands on three occasions but all ended up in the wrong hands.
"I have forgotten about my money so it is not the proceeds from Menzgold that I used to build my school," Lilwin claimed.
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