Ghanaian raggae-dancehall artist Stonebwoy has said that Menzgold was a good investment company until Government came into the picture, thus, preventing them from operating.
He made this known on GhOne TV’s Inside Out with Serwaa Amihere.
“From my point of understanding, I think that, minus the government interference, the public and the people were happy with an investment that they found. A companythat sprang up that was okay, that they saw opportunities in to put in their hard earned monies to gain or to get returns,” he said.
“So we all saw an opportunity where we can grow and feed our families on the daily. I know a number of people who have made tons out of such an investment and there have been certain other investments similar to that one running regardless,” Stonebwoy added.
Livingstone Etse Satekla as he’s known in real life also remarked that he doesn’t believe was a Ponzi scheme as widely speculated.
““I don’t know about that because everybody has been getting their monies from whenever, however. I stand to be corrected but I also know that I have the right to voice my sincere opinion and from where I see the dice”.
The father of Jidula his displeasure in the manner the government of Ghana is handling the Nana Appiah Mensah and the Menzgold issue.
He is expecting the president, Nana Akufo-Addo as the father of the country too, however, address the issue to settle all the controversies and rumours.
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“Absolutely, I am not because my fellow people are not happy. My country people are not happy and I think that some of the things we heard were that it is our fault that we invested in Menzgold,” he said.
The four (4) times reggae/dancehall award winner at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards – VGMA did not disclose whether he has an investment locked up in Menzgold. His decision he deemed personal but spoke on behalf of everybody and people close to him who have their money in Menzgold.
Part of story culled from kasapafmonline.com