Artiste Manager and Head of Zylofon Music, Lawrence Nana Asiamah popularly known as Bulldog has finally released a video from Moscow in Russia slamming the NPP government for collapsing the embattled gold dealership firm, Menzgold.
He again advised his boss, the CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1)to return to Ghana after a warrant was issued for the arrest of his wife Rose Tetteh and himself for “defrauding by false pretence”.
According to Bulldog, NAM1 cannot be arrested since his Menzgold company hasn’t defrauded customers who have embarked on series on demonstrations demanding their principals invested.
In the video, which was released on his Facebook Thursday, Bulldog said he cannot fathom why the government has “confirmed they have no jurisdiction over Menzgold” but will go ahead to halt their operations after collecting taxes for five years.
Security and Exchanges Commission (SECS) and the Bank of Ghana (BoG) put on hold the operations of Menzgold Ghana last year, saying they have “no license” to operate in the country.
But Bulldog in his latest video, reacting to a statement put out by the NPP party distancing itself from NAM1’s Menzgold Company said: “Today the president has confirmed they have no jurisdiction over the business. If these two [SECS & BoG] don’t have rights over Menzgold and their operations, how come they shut it down? How is it feasible? If you had not license them to do the business why do you run them down?” Bulldog queried.
He, however, urged the customers of Menzgold to take heart as measures will be implemented to pay their monies back in no time.
See the full video below: