Nana Appiah Mensah, aka NAM1, the embattled CEO of Menzgold, a former gold buying and selling company, has responded to Ghanaian broadcaster Bridget Otoo, who asked why he was walking free when Akuapem Poloo was convicted for posting a n*de photo with his son online.
Bridget Otoo cited the case of NAM1 as evidence to say that if a person lacks links, he or she struggles in Ghana, in a tweet at the time Twitter was busy calling for the release of the social media phenomenon.
She also said that it is absurd for NAM1, who has allegedly been identified by the state as a scammer, to be roaming around as a free man while Poloo is in prison.
Click on the link below to read the comments tweeted by her,
NAM1 is still free and doing Instagram post. A man described by the state as a scammer.
A man whose actions has killed people, rendered thousands jobless and some are at the point of suicide!
He’s free cos he’s connected! #AkuapemPoloo
— Cement Slayer (@Bridget_Otoo) April 14, 2021
Her remarks elicited a response from Zylofon Media’s CEO.
This morning, Nana Appiah Mensah took to Twitter to urge Bridget Otoo and those who are asking for his arrest to avoid misleading the public because he has been acquitted and discharged.
He went on to say that the ruling was eventually upheld by the Appeals Court and the Supreme Court in Dubai.
“Stop Misleading the public. Even on a foreign land i was acquitted and discharged, a decision that was affirmed by the Appeals Court and the Supreme Court. FYI: my granny wasn’t the presiding judge. Back home, I pleaded NOT GUILTY and I’m having my day in Court,” he wrote
See his tweet below:
Stop Misleading the public. Even on a foreign land i was acquitted and discharged, a decision that was affirmed by the Appeals Court and the Supreme Court. FYI: my granny wasn’t the presiding judge. Back home, I pleaded NOT GUILTY and I’m having my day in Court.
— Nana Appiah Mensah (@nana_appiah_m) April 15, 2021