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MenzGold Saga: I Don’t Own Anything In Ghana, Not Even A Car – NAM1 Reveals

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In the ongoing  controversial saga surrounding MenzGold, where victims are relentlessly seeking justice for their vanished investments, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the defunct gold company has portrayed himself as the foremost casualty of the entire debacle.

As the demands for accountability remain persistent, Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM 1, has admitted to being the one bearing the brunt of the entire crisis outbreak.

NAM1’s assertion comes on the back of the personal losses he claims to have incurred as a result of the downfall of Menzgold.

He highlighted that the company’s downfall has left him bereft of all valuable possessions.

In the heated discussion on social media, he declared that “If you want to crown the biggest loser in all of this thing, I am the one, because I lost everything: I lost all my properties and I don’t even have a car of my own in this country.”

This revelation was made by NAM1 in a Twitter Space conversation on Monday, August 22, 2023.

Nana Appiah Mensah used the platform to make clarifications, stating that, despite the numerous allegations leveled against him, he has not personally gained a tangible profit from the funds of customers.

In response to claims that affected customers have joined their ancestors with others suffered blows to relationships, and health while drowning in debt, the businessman acknowledged that he has become the center of blame, public ridicule and scapegoating in the complex narrative emanating from Menzgold’s collapse.

While empathizing with the individuals who have been adversely affected by the financial catastropy stemming from Menzgold’s collapse, NAM1 expressed his retrospective desire to have intervened early enough to cut down the escalating crisis.

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“Yes, I sympathize with what has happened, and if I have my own way, I would fix it. And I’m making an effort,” he said.

He went on to state that payment will begin on October 20, 2023, after the validation process is executed.

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