Mr. Amoabeng who refrained from commenting about the development in a statement a year later expressed regret about the happenings surrounding the collapse of the bank and promised to cooperate with investigations into the collapse.
EOCO in the release advised family members of NAM 1, who is now a wanted fugitive, and his associates in possession of such properties to submit them to the EOCO in their own interest.
A statement by EOCO stated that all persons including employees of affected companies with properties belonging to Mr. Mensah popularly known as NAM 1 must send them to the EOCO office or will constitute a contempt of court.
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According to the company, it is making significant progress in transforming the Structured Finance product that thousands have benefited from to become an even more beneficial one.
He said if the matter is not adequately addressed, it may rise to the level of the Menzgold saga where many Ghanaians have lost huge investments to the company which is unable to pay customers their monies.
“I cannot compare NAM 1’s behaviour to that of my dad, he’s not a strategist, for him he’s done only one-time‘ fraud’, that doesn’t make him a confident man