The Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Godfred Yeboah Dame, Godfred Yeboah Dame has contradicted claims made by Nana Appiah Mensah, widely known as NAM1, concerning funds allegedly deposited with the police.
The CEO of the now-defunct Menzgold Ghana Limited asserted that he had deposited GH¢5 million with the Ghana Police Service for the benefit of the company’s customers.
In a parliamentary session on November 14, Dame refuted NAM1’s statement, revealing that only GH¢2.5 million had been received from the embattled CEO, disputing the reported GH¢5 million deposit.
The discrepancy between NAM1’s assertion and Dame’s clarification adds another layer of complexity to the ongoing Menzgold saga.
“The record I have before me indicates that an amount of GH¢2.5 million was paid, so the claim of GH¢5 million having been paid to the Ghana Police Service is untrue.
“It was only GH¢2.5 million that was paid to the Ghana Police Service by the accused person,” citinewsroom.com quoted him to have said during the parliamentary session.