Ghanaian movie producer Socrate Sarfo has joined the conversation regarding the recent legal actions against his former boss, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM 1).
During hisappearance on UTV’s United Showbiz, Sarfo disclosed that he, like many others, had his money tied up with the now-defunct Menzgold company, leading to personal hardship.
The movie producer behind ‘Hot Fork’ openly shared that, much like any other individual affected by the now-defunct gold dealership company, he is ‘suffering’ and occasionally reaches out to the popular entertainment pundit and journalist, Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo, for help.
“I am suffering… I sometimes have to call Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo for help… So we are all suffering,” he said.
While displaying a disapproving attitude, Sarfo emphasized that he would refrain from branding NAM 1 as a fraudster until the court had made its judgment.
The Attorney General’s office recently made significant changes to the case against Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Menzgold, after facing criticism for the slow progress in the legal proceedings.
This comes in the wake of NAM 1’s offer to reimburse affected customers, initially contingent on a payment of GHc 650 for verification, which was later rescinded following public outcry.
The extended delay in the prosecution, with 36 adjournments since the case began in 2019, was attributed to the Attorney General’s office not reaching a decision on the matter.
However, in an unexpected turn of events, the old case at the circuit court has been dropped, and new charges have been filed at the High Court.