Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that 85, out of some 105 aggrieved Menzgold customers who were arrested after they demonstrated at the Trasacco residence of Menzgold's CEO, NAM1 remain locked up several hours after they were locked up
Speaking in an interview with GhanaWeb, one of the aggrieved customers indicated that out of number of those who were arrested, only 20 of them were granted bail.
The customer said the remaining 85 were yet to receive sureties to be bailed; adding that majority of them were from Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
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According to a report by GhanaWeb, it is unclear when the remaining remanded Menzgold customers will be released.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that hundreds of Menzgold customers stormed the Trassaco residence of the company’s CE0, Nana Appiah Mensah to retrieve their locked up funds.
The aggrieved customers bused from Tarkwa, Kumasi and other parts of the country say they can no longer tolerate the spin and lies of NAM1.
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They customers converged at Shiashi, a suburb in Accra on Wednesday, December 8 to embark on the trip to Nana Appiah Mensah’s house in Trassaco Estate.
Meanwhile, PRO of Menzgold, Nii Armah Armateifio told Citi News on December 29, that the company had paid about 200 of the customers using the plan schedule the gold dealership firm annoounced.
“I can confirm to you that by the Grace of God we commenced payment and we were able to pay 200 people today. I will not give you a range but I can tell you for a fact that as we promised our customers that we will commence payment on December 27, we have been able to do that. About 200 people who fall in the zero category as we indicated in our press statement have received their money.”
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