Customers of Mensgold have threatened to withdraw their support for the prosecution of Nam 1

Some Menzgold consumers have threatened to remove their support for Nana Appiah Mensah, the company’s Chief Executive Officer.

 

In a letter to the Attorney General in response to the latest adjournment of the case, the consumers claimed they may be forced to write to the court to have their data expunged from the ongoing trial due to a “lackadaisical attitude.”

 

Despite the deaths of several of their cohorts, the customers regarded the adjournments as “incessant, purposeful, and man-made.”

They believe that “maybe the government is unconcerned about the MenzGold Customers dying, and the prosecution’s response confirms our opinion.” They also stated that civil actions are preferable than continuous criminal prosecution.

 

Customers anticipate that this will be a more practical method of “retrieving and paying the customers.”

 

“We believe that after three years of criminal prosecution at this embryonic stage, it should be evident to you and everyone that there is no chance.” We implore you to take immediate action in response to our legal remedy request.”

Nana Appiah Mensah, commonly known as NAM 1, is charged with 63 charges of money laundering, theft, and unauthorized deposit taking.

 

In July 2019, the Circuit Court granted him bail in the amount of GH1 billion.

 

He had pled not guilty to all of the State’s initial accusations against him.

 

Nana Appiah Mensah was charged with aiding and abetting criminal activity, deceiving by false pretenses, operating a deposit-taking company without a license, selling minerals without a license, unlawful deposit-taking, and money laundering.

 

He is said to have collected money from consumers in the amount of GH1.6 billion.

 

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