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Omanhene Kwabena Asante host of Adom tv Badwam has describe the owner of the menzGold, Nana Appiah menseh popularly known as NAM1 as a funny guy who thinks Ghanaian are like a socket that can be plugged and unplugged any time he wants to use it . According to him , there are rules and regulations in the country and it won't take the like of Nana 1 to indicate what rules the country should enact for him to operate his business .He added that NAM1 know his business was not regulated but he was able to convince people to invest monies into it and right now that thing have gone bad, he asking the government to help him retrieve his funds from Dubai. Nana Appiah menseh at a press conference money morning pleaded with the government to Assist menzGold to retrieve monies owed it by some foreign companies unfreeze his companies asset and his personal bank account to allow him pay his clients immediately. He also asked the government to clearly give directions on which regulator has jurisdiction and supervision over menezGold's business.
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