Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of MenzGold, Ghana’s gold dealership company that has been asked by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to “shutdown immediately, the business of trading in gold collectibles with guaranteed returns to clients” has taken Joy FM’s Isreal Laryea to the cleaners.
His outburst comes after a video report by the broadcast journalist suggested MenzGold’s outfit in London was nothing compared to all the beauty and glamour seen in Ghana and that it represents nothing but a mere office.
“MENZGOLD GHANA SAGA: JoyNews checks at the UK office of Ghanaian gold dealer, Menzgold shows it does not operate the same business model, which has gotten it into trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The London office, JoyNews discovered is a rented space in the massive Berkeley Square House block which houses about a thousand or more businesses, mostly seeking short term leases. JoyNews Editor, Israel Laryea on a recent trip to the UK reports, the Menzgold London office is also without the usual highly visible displays the company is known for in Ghana.”
In a post on Instagram, Nana Appiah wrote saying;
“Hello Israel Laryea, today I celebrate your stupidity and retarded mindedness. Set up a provision store today in a kiosk and employ just one Ghanaian. That is more than the pursuit of this evil smear campaign agenda. Maybe you need to be reminded, I am a businessman and not a politician. You can’t break me! Business is not a thing for the pope. Think about it.God bless you.🔥”
Nana Appiah Mensah has since deleted the post from Instagram.