An aggrieved client of Menzgold, Roger Knauf has petitioned the Attorney General, The President’s Office, CID Headquarters, Interpol (Ghana), The Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO), Financial Intelligence Center, Bank of Ghana, Securities and Exchange Commission and the Registrar General’s Department over locked up cash.

According to the statement sent by Lawyer Amanda Clinton of Clinton, Amoo Lamptey, Barnsbury Chambers, lawyers of the client, Nana Appiah Mensah is believed to have relocated to South Africa.

“We have it on good authority that Mr. Nana Appiah Mensah has flown on his private jet with his family to South Africa as this incident with his companies Menzgold Ghana Ltd/ Brew Marketing Consult Ltd worsens. We have also heard rumors that he may have returned briefly in order to liquidate assets” the statement read.

The client through his lawyers asked the Attorney General to work in conjunction with all other state institutions to bring Nana Appiah Mensah before the law.

“We humbly request that the Attorney General’s department works with all government departments included The President’s Office; CID Headquarters; Interpol (Ghana); EOCO; Financial Intelligence Center; Bank of Ghana; Securities and Exchange Commission and the Registrar General’s Department as well as our office so a coordinated attempt can be made to preserve Menzgold Ghana Ltd/Brew Marketing Consult Ltd’s assets; claw back money taken from Ghana; trace monies removed from the accounts in cash and coordinate with Interpol globally to claw back any remaining investors monies even whilst the criminal investigation is being conducted since this is standard protocol globally and in high profile public interest cases in Ghana”.

The statement also requested the presidency to engage Interpol offices throughout the world of Menzgold’s financial dealings.

“We also ask that your office determine whether Interpol (Ghana) should notify all Interpol offices throughout the world of the financial activities of Menzgold Ghana Ltd/ Brew Marketing Consult Ltd, and determine if Mr. Nana Appiah Mensah has landed in their country (his private jet’s flight manifest will confirm this”.

Background

Some angry customers of Menzgold hit the streets on November 27 to protest over their monies which have been locked after Menzgold was ordered to stop its operations.

The entity has been in hot waters for the past few months after the Bank of Ghana and the Security and Exchange Commission asked them to suspend its operations as they did not have a valid license.

Since then, Menzgold have had difficulties in paying its numerous aggrieved customers the value on their gold deposits as well as their entire investments.