Even Jesus Christ suffered criticism – NAM1 on fraud tag
Nana Appiah Mensah, Menzgold CEO

Embattled Chief Executive Officer of Menzgold Ghana Limited Nana Appiah Mensah says he is unfazed by the large-scale condemnation of defrauding thousands of customers.

He said he is focused and has his eyes on the ball “and I am determined to kick the ball”.

Addressing journalists on Monday, August 19, NAM1, as he is popularly called, said he is a staunch believer and will not be discouraged by such derogatory tags.

“I am a believer and even Jesus Christ had his fair share of criticism,” he pointed out.

To him, if the right regulatory body is shown him, he can file for the relevant certificates and authorisation to return to business.

He, therefore, appealed to government to not only unfreeze his accounts but also give a clear direction as to which state agency has jurisdiction to regulate activities of jewelry trading in Ghana.

“We are lying prostrate. We are on our knees.”

He gave a personal guarantee to all customers that if his accounts and those of his companies are unfrozen, he will come out with a “feasible consensus” to settle all customers.