Close to a hundred aggrieved customers of El Real Estate Investment have besieged the premises of the Zoe Outreach embassy over their locked up investment.
The CEO of the company, Kelvin Elson Godson, doubles as the head pastor of the church they gathered at.
The customers had made a similar attempt a week ago to confront the pastor over the locked up cash.
The police arrived at the church to maintain order at the church premises.
Citi News gathered that some of these individuals have investments up to GHc700,000 and are demanding their money’s after failed attempts at collecting their promised investments of a 20% per month on their investments.
Some of the aggrieved customers claim they have gone over eight months without any principal or interest payments.
“We invested with him and he promised to pay us the interest on the investment but he has failed on his promises. See we are here to take our monies from him. That is what we are here for.”
“We are not here to destroy anything. we are not here to be violent. the simple message is Kevin, we need our money,” one protestor said to Citi News.
Post source : Michael Ogbodu | citinewsroom.com | Ghana