NAM1’s Menzgold hands over GH₵‎5m to Ghana Police Service for payment of its customers


Defunct Menzgold Company Limited has handed GH¢5 million in cash to the Ghana Police Service to begin payment of its customers.

The Ghana Police Service is expected to supervise the payment of the customers whom the company says have adhered to the protocols and validation processes.

Reports say Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1, who is the CEO of defunct gold dealership company, personally oversaw the handover of GH₵5 million to the Ghana Police Service.

According to Menzgold, the payment marks a significant stride in resolving the enduring concerns of those who found their investments locked.

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The company emphasized that the current payment process would be exclusively for clients who had diligently followed the stipulated procedures during the settlement process.

The company urged those eligible for payment to strictly adhere to the specific dates provided to them during the completion of the required forms.

The list of customers scheduled to receive payments will be forwarded to the police by Menzgold to facilitate a seamless disbursement process.

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The forthcoming disbursements are expected to bring a sense of relief and closure to the concerns of Menzgold’s esteemed clientele, signalling a positive turning point for both the company and its dedicated customers.


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