He was hit with a blast of analysis, curses flung at him for purportedly working a Ponzi conspire and slipping away in his offer to escape preliminary.
Updates on his capture in Dubai spread like inferno, bringing a type of alleviation to abused contributors as they had the conviction their bolted up monies would be paid.
Some were anyway distrustful considering the clashing reports about his capture until the Ghana Police affirmed Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1), the Chief Executive of gold business firm, Menzgold is in fact in police guardianship after a gold arrangement turned out badly and was set for preliminary in like manner.
Amidst crisp reports that NAM1 has won the court case, his Instagram page has been refreshed with a thanksgiving offering to his maker.
Citing Hebrews 13.8, he stated: “Jesus Christ is a similar yesterday, today and until the end of time.”
NAM1 was accused of misrepresentation over the gold arrangement with a UAE organization situated in Dubai, worth $23million. He was anyway vindicated and released on Tuesday.
Government appointment went to Dubai over NAM1 removal
In January, a powerful government designation went to Dubai to press for the removal of the Menzgold manager.
The designation included Deputy Attorney General, Joseph Dindiok Kpemka, a delegate from the Economic Organized Crime Office (EOCO), the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) and National Security.
The designation anyway returned without him as it bombed in its offer to arrange his removal.