After all has been said to convince Ghanaians that his business is clean and not a Ponzi driven trade, a television broadcaster is still not convinced that Menzgold, owned by Nana Appiah Mensah is not run as a Ponzi scheme.
Following a successful press briefing by Nana Appiah Mensah, the Chief Executive Officer of Menzgold, a gold dealership company with headquarters situated in Accra, most Ghanaians and customers of Menzgold have been relieved of what appeared to be a dead-end to their investments after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as well as the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO), and the Bank of Ghana placed an embargo on all assets and liabilities of Menzgold including properties belonging to Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1.
Nana Appiah Mensah popularly nicknamed NAM1 at the press briefing, debunked notions by most people that he runs a Ponzi Scheme.
Despite NAM1’s claims, Ghanaian television presenter Bridget Otoo is of the firm view that the embattled businessman runs a Ponzi scheme.
The TV3 screen star did not comprehend why NAM1 would ask the government to help him recover his money in a private business transaction.
She ended her tweet with a hastag ‘the scam never ends’.
Sighted on Twitter, Bridget tweeted;
‘Since when did it become the duty of Government to assist a private businessman in retrieving money in a private business deal? #PonziScheme#TheScamneverends’.
When a fan commented, “I still can’t think far. He’s so positive about a bigly comeback. hard guy,”
Bridget retweeted, “That’s how he must sound for those he was trying to convince! This was for his customers.”
NAM1 in his speech asked the Government of Ghana to unfreeze his company and personal accounts to help him pay customers after he won a court case in Dubai, in a gold deal that went wrong.