She went on to say that the pursuit of justice was the driving force behind this choice.
The matter has been postponed until December 4, 2023, so that NAM1’s attorneys have enough time to examine the further allegations.
On September 19, the CEO of the now-defunct Menzgold Ghana Limited was given bail totaling GH¢500 million with four sureties—none of which were deemed necessary—after he was brought before the court on charges of cheating his clients.
NAM1 just revealed that Menzgold had paid 5,000 of its clients. Initially, the business had asked clients for the relevant paperwork to speed up the payment validation process. But the corporation later explained in a message that a large percentage of the claims that were submitted had errors in them, making sixty percent of the claims unsuitable for payment.
Furthermore, the now-defunct business suggested that clients with funds in escrow should enroll for 650 cedis to find out if they qualify for reimbursements.