Photos and Videos: Group Of Ghanaian Youths Hit The Streets With a Demo In Favour of Menzgold
Finally, the youths of Kasoa have been given the go-ahead to stage a demonstration in solidarity with Nana Appiah Mensah owned embattled gold dealership firm Menzgold.
This morning a group of Kasoa youths calling themselves 'Coalition of Concerned Youths of Ghana' staged a peaceful demonstration to express their displeasures about how state institutions are trying so hard to shut down a flourishing Ghanaian owned company like Menzgold.
Menzgold has come under serious attacks for the past few months when the Bank of Ghana issued several warning letters to the public to stay away from Menzgold because it's not licensed to accept deposits, a claim Menzgold Ghana Limited vehemently denied.
The firm after this availed itself for any investigations by authorized state institutions to conduct several checks on its operations. Two days ago a letter issued to Menzgold by Securities and Exchange Commission to halt it's "business of trading in gold collectibles with guaranteed returns to client..." leaked into the media where it was widely reported that the company has been shut down.
This order has eventually been adhered to by Mengold and its gold vault market has been temporarily halted until 19th of September when all issued are believe to be settled.
According to the demonstrators, Mensgold is really helping the youths with financial freedom through its trading operations and has also provided jobs to over 1000 Ghanaians so, the government must not watch it collapse.
They hold placards with inscriptions "No Menzgold No Vote", "Leave Menzgold Alone", Stop the Fake Stories", "Leave NAM alone" and so on...
We have photos and video for you as shared by Zylofon Media on IG, watch below:
Keep the hashtag(#IstandWithMenzgold,#JusticeForMenzgold) going on social media if you support the Menzgold agenda
Photos and Videos: Group Of Ghanaian Youths Hit The Streets With a Demo In Favour of Menzgold Reviewed by Elormonline on 9/14/2018 Rating: