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“Last year by this time I was in a dungeon and couldn’t see the sun” – NAM1 Shares testimony

Nana Appiah Mensah NAM1 to address media on state of his companies menzgold and zylofon media

It needs no telling the struggles CEO of embattled Menzgold has been through in the last year with regards to the Menzgold troubles.

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Nana Appiah Mensah was held in the custody of Dubai Authorities for more than six months and spent the Christmas of 2018 in custody amid fraud charges by Dubai-based Horizon Diamonds.

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Fast forward 12months later, he is a free man, at least for now, as he is still battling criminal charges brought against him by the state prosecutor, still regarding the Menzgold saga.

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He was in court on Monday where the case was adjourned to 21st January 2020 to allow enough time for the attorney general to study the docket.

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Nana Appiah recounts the past year has been rough and iterates he is grateful that he at least is no longer in a dungeon and can see the sky and sun again.

Last year by this time, I could not see the sky nor the sun. I was in a dungeon. I’ve got a testimony????. “Psalm 23:4; Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me. “He has become my salvation.” He wrote.

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