The General Overseer of the Live Assembly Worship Centre Christian Kwabena Andrews popularly known as Osofo Kyere Abosom, is claiming that embattled CEO of gold dealership company Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM 1 used his occultic powers to lure his customers to save with the company.
The man of God told Prince Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr Handsome on GH Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that, the CEO as part his grand scheme to defraud his customers went to his evil source to seek for more powers to lure more people to save with him.
According to him, any individual who visited the company was hypnotised by the evil forces at his branches and were forced to invest their money at the troubled company.
The man of God in 2018 prophesied that, the Menzgold and Zylofon business was evil and would not last and advised the people he had signed to withdraw from his label.
Reacting to the challenges confronting Menzgold and NAM 1 today [Saturday], the prophet said the evil days of NAM 1 are over and he will not survive the challenges.
He said, the name Zylofon has an evil link and any individual who is signed or works with the company is doomed.
But was quick to add that, all persons working with him or have received monies from him should look out for strong men of God to break that evil covenant because they will forever remain slaves should they refuse to do so.
The customers who are also demanding for their investments he said should forget it because they will never receive a penny unless government of Ghana decides to pay them on humanitarian grounds.
He lamented the insults he received when the prophecy came in 2018 but said he thanks God that the prophecy and evil manipulations of NAM 1 have been exposed.
The prophet further revealed two persons (man and wife) who confided in him about their savings at Menzgold have died as a result of the shock they suffered after the collapse of Menzgold.
NAM 1 is currently standing trial for misdemeanor in the United Arab Emirates a statement jointly signed by the police and the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) has said.
According to the statement, NAM 1 would be made available to authorities in Ghana pending the outcome of the case in Dubai.
The statement was jointly signed by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) David Eklu, the Director-General of the Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghana Police Service and Mr Abu Issah, acting Head of the Legal and Prosecution outfit of EOCO, and copied to the Ghana News Agency.
“Mr Mensah was cooperating with EOCO as part of its investigations into a possible breach of Banks and Specialised Deposit-Taking Institution Act, 2016, (Act 930) as reported to it by the Bank of Ghana (BoG).
“Upon the breakdown of cooperation, EOCO employed other strategies, including the use of associates and collaborating with other security agencies to make him available for further investigations”.