Ghanaian broadcaster Bridget Otoo has dropped a bombshell. According to her, gold dealership company Menzgold has began plans to pay back top military and police officers whose monies have been locked up with the company.
The Television Personality took to Twitter in a series of tweets to reveal that the National Security is very aware of this development. But instead of going in for Nana Appiah Mensah, they are sitting aloof and aiding this move by Menzgold.
She wrote “Menzgold Ghana Limited has asked the Police and The Military to collate officers whose monies are locked up to begin payment. NATIONAL SECURITY PAAAAA instead of asking for the contract of personnel.. Why not go and grab the guy at the top? Let him show u where the money is and pay everyone and not some officers”.
This is a likely move to avoid incurring the wrath of these security agencies who have the power to come after them as Bridget again tweeted “It’s obvious Menzgold is afraid of the uniformed officers who could pick guns and destroy their property! Why are police and military officers the ones to receive payments? Are all the clients not important? It’s obvious Menzgold is afraid of the uniformed officers who could pick guns and destroy their property”.
“Menzgold probably thinks their “NON – UNIFORMED” customers are stupid. Its not how do you decide that the police and military customers deserve to be paid but others can be taken for granted. What Menzgold should not forget is that even if they pay the police and Military officers, the anger of the thousands whose Monies remain locked up cannot match any gun-wielding officer! Menzgold probably thinks their “NON – UNIFORMED” customers are stupid.if not how do you decide that the police and military customers deserve to be paid but others can be taken for granted”, she added.
It is not clear if Bridget Otoo has investments with Menzgold, but this revelation is sure to agitate the non-uniformed clients who recently went on demonstration to express their grief at the company’s inability to pay them back their monies.
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