Ghanaian businessman and entrepreneur Nana Appiah Mensah widely recognized as Nam1 has finally reacted to claims by a section of the Ghanaian populace that he is ‘fraudulent’.
The embattled CEO yesterday addressed the media at a press briefing for the first time after his bail granted by the Accra Circuit court.
Following his recovery after a short illness, Nana Appiah caught up with the press as promised to disclose the state of his business and payment of all customers of his gold dealership company.
During the question and answer session after his brief presentation, a journalist asked Nam1 for his opinion and how he feels about him being tagged as a ‘fraud’ following the scandal surrounding his business.
In response, the young CEO believed to be in his early 40s indicated that he is so unfazed about the criticisms plus the name calling.
Nam1 instead hinted in his response, that all those who called him all sort of names, putting his image into disrepute have turned away from the Lord and has no fear for the Lord.
He said it’s his fervent prayer that if indeed some people are working against him, it’s his prayers that they will repent and give their lives to Jesus.
His statement was met with some cheers and laughter. A minute silence was also observed for Menzgold customers who have passed away as a result of the ‘pressure’ which came with the debacle.
NAM1 humbly asked for a minute silence when his attention was drawn to this fact by one Menzgold investor who identified himself as the president of all Menzgold customers.