Nana Appiah Mensah to be arrested by Ghana police as ordered by court
Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM1, is a businessman and the founder of Menzgold, gold dealership and investment organization that promised customers a 10 percent monthly returns on their investments. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media.
It was recently announced that the Menzgold was operating without license illegal operations hence closed by the order of the government causing the finances of his customers to be locked up which he refused to pay and was reported to the Accra Circuit Court
He was accused of conspiracy to defraud by false pretense in the mensgold which he could not deny but rather obscured and failed to appear before the law court which is a great offence according to the rule of law and therefore the court has placed a bench warrant on him and odered the police to arrest NAM1 and his counterparts, Gabriel Kwamigah and Eric Amposah Bediako who were in partnership with NUM1.
So if anyone knows his whereabouts, the person should hit the nearby police station for justice to take place.
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