VIDEO – Menzgold Customers Curse NAM1 & Nana Addo In Tarkwa Demo
Menzgold customers have launched another demonstration in the Western regional town of Tarkwa as they continue the push to retrieved locked-up investments in business now described as a Ponzi scheme.
This is the second demonstration in the last 50 days after staging one in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi on January 8, 2019.
Numbering a staggering 500, the clients in red T-Shirts marched the streets with their placards pointing blame on the government and state institutions for failing to help them get their money back.
In a footage sighted by gossips24.com, some of these menzgold customers who claim they don’t have money, were able to afford creates of egg, and schnapps.
In the said video, the customers were raining curses on the sitting president of Ghana for sitting aloof and not helping them in any way.
They didn’t leave out the master planner and embattled CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah.
Also, their placards threatened government over the 2020 elections, roped in the Asantehene who was pictured receiving Menzgold CEO Nana Appiah Mensah in Manhyia Palace in April 2018.
They also targeted the Peace Council, an institution usually concerned with the implications of politics on the country’s peace and security.
But in their justification, the clients have said in a petition to the Peace Council, the continued failure of the state to help them retrieve their monies has implications for peace.
In a more chilling testament to this, one placard read, “our money, our blood.” In the last demonstration, some protesters claimed they were ready to die if that is what it takes to get their monies back.
Their placards reserved space for anger at the apparently unforgotten comments by the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta in November 2018 describing the clients as motivated by greed.