Ghana’s biggest gold-deposit taking company which was recently trapped in a financial lock up causing mass protests by clients has requested the Government of Ghana to revoke an Interpol Red Notice Order on its Chief Executive Officer, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1).
Menzgold, through its legal representatives made up of Emeriti, English, American and Ghanaian lawyers, have forwarded a comprehensive communication to the Government of Ghana regarding the recovery of company funds from a Dubai Gold Company called Horizon Royal Diamonds.
In a statement issued by the Company’s Head of Communications, Nii Armah Amertefio, Menzgold among other pertinent factual issues raised with supporting documents, urged the Government of Ghana to respectfully revoke the Interpol Red Notice Order or agree to a bail bond for the immediate release of their Chief Executive Officer “to continuously pursue the 750kg of Gold now worth $39 million from Horizon Royal Diamonds legally without this justice obstruction and funds from debtors worldwide.”
Further, Menzgold want the Interpol Red Notice Order revoked so that NAM1 can freely communicate with the company’s global partners following a favourable judgement in Dubai Court on 9th April 2019.
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