Home Health & Lifestyle Meet the 13-member management team of Menzgold accused of selling off the...

Meet the 13-member management team of Menzgold accused of selling off the company’s assets

288
0

Aggrieved staff of gold trade hub, Menzgold have exposed the hidden faces behind the embattled company and revealed that there are moves by these individuals to sell off their assets and secretly leave the country in view of the current state of the company.

Hitherto latest developments, it has been only Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM 1), whose face and identity has been in the public domain although he was not in charge of managing the franchise.

A release issued and signed by the aggrieved staff, corroborate earlier reports by MyNewsGh.com that a 13-member senior management were running the affairs of the company before it run into crises.

It names them as, Nana Yaw Offei – Corporate Manager, Mr. Elisha Owusu – Head of Bullion Shipment, Mrs. Abigail Mensah – Operations and Supervision Team Head, Mr. Isaac Wilson – Operations and Supervision Team Member, Mr. Justice Akoto – Operations and Supervision Team Member, Mr. Isaac Otseng – Operations and Supervision Team Member.

The rest are Miss SefiatuAbdulla – Operations and Supervision Team Member, Mr. Enoch Kwesi Agyemang – Operations and Supervision Team Member, Mr. Shadrack Fordjour – Marketing Manager, Mr. Patrick Pamfol – Operations and SupervisionTeam Member, Miss Belinda Nsiako – Operations and Supervision Team Member , Nana Kwame Adjei Nti – Marketing Manager and Clive Ofosuhene – IT Manager .

According to the statement, there are efforts by these persons to sell off assets for personal gain and settling close friends.

“We also wish to inform clients that Management has started selling off assets for personal gains and also settle their close friends. We confirm the travel plans of Management members outside the country. Some tried and have been deported”, the statement jointly signed by Gabriel Kelvin and JonathanMachator revealed.

The aggrieved staff who bemoaned the lavish lifestyles of management members months work disclosed that they have not been paid for four months with the hope they were working to ensure the company bounces back.

“Our loyalty to both company and clients led to 4 months work with no pay so as to bring an end to this crisis whiles they (Management)live lavishly without remorse. We confirm that Management members are secretly paying off clients without a proper schedule and assurance to other clients.

This makes their act suspicious and unfair whenever money is made available.

Research conducted revealed that powers in Governance are aiding persons to retrieve their funds but these same powers are reluctant in seeking the best solution for all”, they added.

Comments

comments