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Mahama sends a message to President Akuffo Addo concerning NAM 1.

Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Mahama says he will seek after the Chief Executive Officer for Menzgold Nana Appiah Mensah prominently known as NAM 1, to recover held up venture of clients on the off chance that he wins the December surveys. 

Talking at Tarkwa-Nsuaem in the Western Region, Mr Mahama asked why the Akufo-Addo government doesn't have all the earmarks of being keen on seizing the properties of NAM1 yet rather venting their annoyance on clients. 


"What is so uncommon about NAM 1 that Akufo-Addo is protecting him? For what reason do you release the police on blameless clients while NAM 1 strolls free," he seethed. 


He guaranteed that his next government will altogether explore NAM1 and his chiefs and utilize all authentic way to recover the assets. 


NAM 1 TRIAL 

The Circuit Court in Accra managed by Her Honor Ellen Asamoah on September 7 dismissed the case wherein Chief Executive official (CEO) of Menzgold Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) has been suspended.


The State had beforehand recorded new charges against NAM 1 at the Accra Circuit Court. 


Collaborator Superintendent of Police (ASP) Sylvester Asare at that point told the Court that his mandates were that he should clutch the new charges and the supplication taking of the blamed. 


ASP Asare told the court that, they were genuinely attempting to exhort the court on the issue. 


To this end, he implored the court for a long dismissal after which they would have had the option to educate the court on their aim concerning indictment on the issue. 


He said when the exhortation is prepared, they will give a meeting notice to the charged people to show up under the steady gaze of the court to do the needful. 


However, in court on Monday, investigator petitioned God for an intermission and it was allowed. 


The charged individual NAM 1 was available in court. 


Bail 

The Circuit Court on July 26, 2019, allowed NAM 1 bail in the total of GH¢ 1 billion cedis with five guarantees, three to be supported. 


He had argued not blameworthy to all underlying 13 charges leveled against him by the State. The state had since altered its charged sheet which is yet to be moved. 


He is likewise to answer to the police each Wednesday at 10:00 hours. 


He was at first accused of abetment of wrongdoing, cheating by affectations, carrying on a store taking business without permit, offer of minerals without permit, unlawful store taking, and illegal tax avoidance. 


It is affirmed that the blamed had taken different wholes for cash, totalling GH¢1.6 billion from clients.

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