- Shatta Wale penned down his grievances as a Menzgold customer
- The Dancehall Naa seemed aggrieved with the way the issue is being handled
- Shatta Wale called on government for a better solution instead of locking NAM 1 up.
For the first time in several months after the Menzgold saga occurred, Dancehall Naa and boss of the Shatta Movement Empire, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, known as Shatta Wale has waded in on the on-going issue and has cried on government to release NAM 1.
The popularly dance hall act who is also a former signee of Zylofon Music, a subsidiary owned by Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Menzgold obviously sounded aggrieved as a customer of the gold dealership firm.
NAM 1 as he is popularly called has been locked up according to an Interpol alert placed on him by government in Dubai. Some few days ago, a letter from his lawyers to the government indicated that he was ready to come to the country and pay all customers should the Interpol alert placed on him be lifted by government of Ghana.
This has caused Shatta Wale to take to his Facebook page on Wednesday to pen down a note as a customer of the gold firm to lift the alert placed on him and allow him come into the country and pay the customers. He noted that locking NAM 1 up in Dubai is in no way helping issues, saying that there can be better solutions to the problem at hand.
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