BoG and SEC had no business in Menzgold operations – Bulldog sets the records straight

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Artiste and repertoire manager at  Zylofon Media Bulldog, known in real life as Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson has explained that per the press release from the government on issues concerning Menzgold, it is evidently clear that Bank of Ghana and the Securities and Exchange Commission had no business interfering in operations of the gold dealership company.

In a video he posted on social media, Bulldog lambasted the government for witch hunting Menzgold, and hence asked his boss Nana Appiah Mensah to show up after an arrest warrant was issued for his arrest, because he has not duped anyone. 

He said “If what I’m hearing is true about the arrest warrant, show up. You will not be jailed. None of your people will be jailed. You did not defraud nobody. You have a good case. You were running your business until this present administration messed it up,” Bulldog said. 

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Bulldog also revealed that he has investments with Menzgold, together with some other friends he convinced to join the venture. 

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The Securities and Exchange Commission in September of 2018 ordered Menzgold to shut down, citing irregularities in their operations. And that was how the dip of Menzgold began. 

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