Some of Menzgold’s aggrieved clients have called on the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to provide a timetable to pay for its locked-up funds or risk losing votes.
The tortured members of Menzgold have let the government decide their own destiny before October 12, 2020.
Aggrieved depositors say their plight has been ignored by the government for more than two years.
Frederick Forson, a spokesperson for Menzgold’s Suffering Clients Alliance, said in an interview with Citi News that his equipment will mobilize support if the opposition NDC’s requirements are not met.
“We hope that the President of the Republic will tell us before October 12, 2020 whether he will pay Menzgold. If we do not get a response, we will have no choice but to mobilize our friends and family to vote for the NDC to take office and bail. we.”
Menzgold’s clients embraced the flag bearer of NDC on August 3, 2020, and John Dramni Mahama promised to repay his investment in full.
Mr. Mahama has promised to make payments to all people whose funds have been locked up by failed financial institutions within one year.
He also said that the National Data Center will establish a Financial Services Administration, responsible for ensuring that consumer financial markets serve consumers, providers and the entire economy.
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