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My Granny Wasn’t The Presiding Judge When I Was Found Innocent On A Foreign Land – NAM1 To Critics Calling For Hus Prosecution



CEO of the defunct Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, also known as NAM1, has taken on his critics linking his Menzgold saga to that of Akuapem Poloo’s prosecution in court.

NAM1 was trending on Twitter Wednesday after the actress was convicted in the misdemeanour charge by the Accra Circuit Court. She pleaded guilty to the offence.

The Tweets suggested the court was being high handed in what they perceive as a smaller crime. Some suggested the offence the actress is being punished for is incomparable to NAM 1 who is alleged to have defrauded Menzgold customers.

Reacting to these claims, NAM1 noted that he’s already having his day in court and has already pleaded not guilty.

According to him, he was exonerated on a foreign land and his granny wasn’t the presiding judge.

“Stop Misleading the public. Even on a foreign land I was acquitted and discharged, a decision that was affirmed by the Appeals Court and the Supreme Court. FYI: my granny wasn’t the presiding judge. Back home, I pleaded NOT GUILTY and I’m having my day in Court”, he tweeted.


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