Ghanaian musician Jehoshaphat Eshun, known in showbiz as Screwface has appealed to Ghanaians to ‘take it easy’ on Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM 1.
The embattled Menzgold CEO has become a popular subject for discussion in the country after the gold dealership firm failed to pay their clients interests on their investments.
In an interview on the BigX Show, Screwface, who said he earlier had plans of investing with company, explained that there was always uncertainty in investments and thus, Ghanaians should not be hard on Nana Appiah Mensah.
“Who doesn’t like money? We all do and the thing with investments is that, you can either make profits or a loss so let’s take it easy on Nana Appiah Mensah” – he said on the BigX show.
Following series of demonstrations by aggrieved customers of Menzgold over their locked-up cash, an Accra Circuit Court earlier this month issued a bench warrant for the arrest of Nana Appiah Mensah.
Subsequently, he was arrested in Dubai.
However, his arrest, according to report, has nothing to do with the scandal in Ghana, in which his company, believed to be a ponzi scheme, is unable to pay back thousands of customers their investments.
Although a high-profiled Ghanaian delegation was sent to the United Arab Emirates city for a possible extradition of Mr. Appiah Mensah, they returned to Ghana last night without the embattled Menzgold CEO.
A joint statement by the Public Affairs of the Police Service, ACP David Eklu and EOCO Executive Director, Abu Issah on Friday explained that the Menzgold CEO will be available in the country upon final determination of his case in Dubai where he has been arrested since December 7, 2018.
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