Some customers of Menzgold Ghana have described the claims by Nana Appiah Mensah, alias NAM1 that he has paid over GH¢9.6 million to customers whose monies were locked up in his firm as “false”.
They have subsequently challenged NAM1 to publish the names of the customers he claims to have paid.
Samuel Odartey threw the challenge to NAM1 at a press conference Monday morning on behalf of the customers.
He said the Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO) via a court order has frozen NAM1’s assets, “so where did NAM1 get the money to pay GH¢9.6 million and how was the payment done.”
NAM1, who is the Chief Executive Officer of defunct gold dealership firm, Menzgold, in a statement issued on Sunday, June 14, 2020, claimed that he has paid over GH¢9.6 million to customers whose monies were locked up in his firm.
He also assured customers who are yet to receive their monies that they would receive their monies before the end of December 2020.
NAM1 published the statement on Instagram as part of efforts to help dispel rumours that he had neglected customers affected by the shutdown of Menzgold to sign on a new artiste onto his Zylofon Music record label.
According to him, it would be wrong to say that Zylon and Menzgold were one and the same and that the only way he has been able to settle his indebtedness to affected customers was because of the other sources of revenue being generated by the former.
Source Graphic Online