The aggrieved customers of the defunct gold dealership, Menzgold, are calling on the necessary state bodies to intervene on their behalf to retrieve their monies from the embattled Chief Executive Officer for Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah.
In a press release made available to myrepubliconline.com and signed by the their group’s chairman, Isaac Nyarko, the aggrieved customers is unanimously asking the speaker of Parliament to use his office to intervene on their behalf.
Speaking to Kwame Koranteng on Anɔpa Dawuro on Republic Fm, Isaac Nyarko said stringent and swift laws are applied to get their monies refunded.
Responding to questions posed by the host, Mr Isaac Nyarko pleaded that, properties of Nana Appiah Mensah be confiscated to pay off the affected persons.
“NAM 1 has many properties scattered across the country. He has properties in prime areas of the country, they should confiscate them, auction them and pay off the customers. People are dying. We need our monies. People are committing suicide” he told Kwame Koranteng.
He further asked why majority of First Allied and GN Bank victims have been paid, yet the government is refusing to take up Nana Appiah Mensah’s issue.
“Many victims of First allied and GN Bank has been paid off. Why are they not wanting to pay us? We need our monies. Something has to be done. Most of my colleagues have lost everything, some are dead.
Some of their wives have left them, we absolutely live on nothing”. He stated.
Moving further, he questioned the transparency of the trial, asking why NAM 1 has always been allowed to stay home instead of appearing in court for proceedings.
Meanwhile, the speaker of Parliament has directed the group to Petition the house through a Legislator on the grounds of article 76.
The group has also chosen the Member of Parliament for the North Dayi, Hon Rockson Dafeamekpor to lead their petition to the Speaker.
Menzgold company forms part of the many banks that were affected during the banking sector clean up by the Akufo-Addo led administration in 2018.