NAM1 blames invasion of his home on political parties

General News of Thursday, 9 January 2020

Source: adomonline.com

2020-01-09

CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah MensahCEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1), has reacted to the invasion of his residence on Wednesday by some aggrieved customers of the company.

About 200 of the aggrieved customers from Accra, Kumasi and other parts of the country, who massed themselves in a VIP bus, raided NAM1’s residence at Trassacco in Accra to demand their locked up funds.

Reacting to the incident on Instagram, NAM1 who described the situation as unfortunate, added that the incident was instigated by political parties.

The embattled gold dealer also admitted: “We are dealing with a commercial challenge and we’re very resolute, committed and focused to overcome.”

Below is his full post on Instagram;

“I have just expressed my concerns in camera to the party top hierarchy regarding the unfortunate incident yesterday, purported to have been instigated by same. An expectation of a non-existent political capital in this Menzgold scenario would result in a shot of the campaign in the foot.”

“We are dealing with a commercial challenge and we’re very resolute, committed and focused to overcome. Vitally, both sides should respectfully commit to bread & butter issues-based campaign in appealing to voters. The Ghanaian political culture has greatly changed and improved. #Ghanashallprosper”