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Consumers who are dissatisfied call on Parliament to investigate the closure of Menzgold.

Despite moving to court to seek restitution, the consumers claim they are unable to recover their money at Menzgold. According to the spokesperson for aggrieved customers, Fred Forson, Parliament must scrutinize the bank accounts of the CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah, commonly known as the NAM1.

He told the press: "We urge on Parliament to investigate Menzgold's closure, including the participation of the SEC and EOCO, as well as the CEO's and Board's bank accounts at Menzgold and Brew Marketing Companies. In addition, the location of roughly 4 000 kg of gold assets must be investigated."

"Ghana should handle the unsolved Menzgold problem as a national emergency disaster as a matter of urgency. We appeal to the administration to work closely with the august House to find a friendly solution to this problem that consumers face in the spirit and the winds of collaboration in the Parliament. To find a remedy, more than 1 million Ghanaians would be extinct, whose life and very lives are shut off with the Menzgold shutdown; "He added. He added.

Most clients blame the dance between Menzgold and SEC and the Bank of Ghana for their difficulties (BoG).

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Fred Forson Menzgold NAM1 Nana Appiah Mensah SEC


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