NAM 1 makes first public appearance in months, hints at bouncing back soon.


    A video of Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1 has popped up online as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of embattled gold dealership firm MenzGold Ghana Limited celebrates his birthday today.

    NAM1 prior to his incarceration in the United Arab Emirates was one of Ghana’s leading business magnates with investments in Gold, estate, football, media and the entertainment industry.

    However, his business was crushed after the mother company, MenzGold was faced with regulatory challenges leading to its closure by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Customers also lost cash running into several millions of cedis.

    Although he has promised to pay depositors their monies, there seems to be no hope in sight as efforts made by depositors have on several occasions proven futile.

    In a birthday post on his Instagram page, Nana Appiah Mensah posted a photo of himself with a caption suggesting his return after going into hibernation for some time now.

    His caption read “Amazing Grace. Praise be to the almighty God; the brightest light of all. Behold! the torus…REBIRTH. Earth, Water, Air, Fire, Flesh and Blood are you ready?.”


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