Yesterday evening, Bridget Otoo who is a Ghanaian media personality and the former host of Tv3’s “New Day” show, was the guest on StarrFm’s “Starrchat” show hosted by Nana Aba Anamoah, where she lamented over how the menzgold issue has been delayed in the court.
She said on the show that, she would rather use all her money to buy kelewele than to invest in a fraudulent scheme like Nana Appiah Mensah’s Menzgold. She revealed that the moment she heard about the scheme, she knew it was not going to stand because the prices of gold were going down from that year.
She went on to say that, she was very happy, she made the name of Nam1 trend during the time of Akuapem Poloo’s conviction because there are a lot of people who are suffering because all their life savings has been invested into a fraudulent scheme.
She then urged the celebrities who strongly campaigned for the scheme to come out and apologise to Ghanaians, so that people will know that they are not happy with the activities of the scheme after it collapsed.
What do you make of the concerns raised by Bridget Otoo?
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