- Nana Appiah Mensah, also known as NAM1, has shared a new video online
- He is seen enjoying cool music as he danced with his head, nodding back and forth
- Fans, particularly Menzgold customers, have reacted to the video with mixed reactions
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NAM1, the CEO of the defunct gold trading company that has now been tagged as fraud, Menzgold, has shared a new video that has got Ghanaians talking.
He appears to be enjoying one of his favourite songs even though he muted the sound so that the exact song he was listening to would not be known.
NAM1 is captured dancing with his head, nodding back and forth in enjoying the song.
He captioned the video and indicated that the resurrection of Christ will be restoration:
The video has sparked massive reactions online with some raining curses on him.
Ealehn, for instance, begged to go wash NAM1’s clothes and cars for just 10% of his money:
Adde, out of pain, commented that NAM1 is a physical representation that online curses do not work:
Ratty says in Ghana, criminals are made to walk freely about while innocent ones are jailed:
Ama prayed that the end of the wicked will soon come:
Rino described the situation as sad:
Dela also prayed that the thunder of Nogokpo would strike NAM1 down:
Frank Essel went on his knees to beg NAM1 for the release of his funds:
Kwame believes NAM1’s super mallam is strong in shielding him:
Afia Ba Kwame believes that NAM1's name is in God's thoughts waiting for judgement day:
NAM1 has become a topic for discussion as he has been accused of defrauding thousands of people under the guise of operating a gold firm.
It has been discovered that he was operating a ponzi scheme as nearly three years after the company was shut down, NAM1 has failed to pay his customers.
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He keeps employing one tactic after the other in giving his customers false hopes about getting their money back.
For instance, in 2019, NAM1 called on all his customers to go for a certain verification exercise, and that funds were going to be paid.
However, years after the exercise that saw the customers joining long queues to be verified, not one of them has been paid a pesewa.
It is for this reason that the customers have rained curses and used bad words at NAM1.
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