NDC Accuses Gov’t Of Helping NAM1 To Flee Ghana
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is accusing the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Government of aiding the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) officer of Menzgold Ghana Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) to flee the country.
The embattled gold dealership firm is on the brink of collapse after failing to comply with the rules governing gold trading in the country as well as its inability to pay dividends to customers that invested with them.
The firms since last year August have not known peace with constant pressure from customers who have been picketing in a bid to get their monies whiles pleading with government to step in and retrieve their investments for them.
A court warrant was subsequently granted for the arrest of the CEO and it is believed that he is currently in the grips of Dubai authorizes who arrested the Ghanaian earlier this month.
NDC’s Communications Officer, Sammy Gyamfi at one of their “Moment of Truth” Press briefings today says they “are aware and tempted to believe that NAM1 was aided by government to flee this country”.
Mr. Sammy Gyamfi opines that government despite being aware that authorities were investigating the Menzgold owner went ahead to connive with him to find him safe passage out of the Ghana.
He further highlighted that they have reason to believe that NAM1 sponsored the NPP’s campaign prior to the 2016 general elections.
“Our Sources at Menzgold tells us Nana Appiah Mensah sponsored NPP in opposition with a gargantuan money”.
He continued “We are aware of secret payments to government appointees and Cronies who invested in Menzgold. This shows a goverment that cares about family and friends only and no one else”.
The NDC is demanding from government not only to arrest NAM1 but to also retrieve aggrieved customers money for them just as they did for DKM when they came to power.
Meanwhile report suggests that the government delegation sent to Dubai to extradite NAM1 will be returning with the CEO tomorrow.