The Coalition of Aggrieved Customers of Menzgold(CACM) Ghana says it will use every legitimate means to retrieve its locked-up investment with the defunct Company.
It however was not happy about the perceived lack of commitment on the part of the Government to prosecute Nana Appiah Mensah(NAM 1), CEO of the defunct Company.
“But for us as legitimate customers, whether Nam 1 is prosecuted today, tomorrow or not, we shall pursue every legitimate means to retrieve our locked up investment,” it said.
“However, the rampant adjournment of the criminal case has shown that till date, the state’s prosecution team has not been able to even proffer charges for Trial. This is a clear sign that the government lacks the commitment to prosecute Nam 1 as many see the trial as “a government dancing kpalongo” in court with Nam 1,” it added.
This was disclosed in a statement delivered at a press conference by the Coalition on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, to mark 3 years of the collapse of Menzgold.
Read the full statement below: