A Ghanaian man who owns a real estate company, AL Properties, is still reliving the shock of his life waking up every day knowing that his GH₵2 million (20 billion old cedis) has been locked up with Menzgold.
Popularly called Richboy Alien, the young man said the biggest mistake he has made in his life so far was investing in Menzgold.
Richboy said he would have been better off investing in Kumawood movies than Menzgold. Richboy Alien, the young man crying for investing GHC2 million with Menzgold.
“I regret the day I invested GH₵ 2 million in Menzgold and not in Kumawood movies, I would have benefited a lot if I had invested in movies,” he complained. In a series of posts he made on snapchat, the young man decried his huge investment which has “gone just like that”.
He also wondered what the government was doing about the situation stressing that it was shielding the Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah.
“How can the government be protecting him and his assets to frustrate his clients of entry to demand their money,” Alien cried. He added: “So my 2 million ghs gone just like that? I should have invested in Kumawood movies.”
Alien revealed that he was planning with his American-based lawyers to sue Nana Appiah Mensah for refusing to answer his calls and also Menzgold for locking up his cash.
He stated that when he is able to retrieve his money from Menzgold he would invest big time into movies. “I want to invest big time in movies, I want to buy expensive cameras and equipment for hardworking movie producers to produce good quality movies,” he promised.
Richboy Alien is known among his contemporaries to own some of the expensive cars. He is just one of the many people who have cried for their monies with Menzgold.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, one woman said she was convinced by a worker at Menzgold to invest with the company following an assurance that Nana Appiah Mensah had a room full of money to pay clients no matter what happened.