A document containing an alleged WASSCE results of the embattled CEO for Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, has surfaced online and many people are asking questions.
The results, which he reportedly obtained from his secondary school education at Adisadel College, has Nana Appiah not performing enough to gain admission into the nation’s premier university – the University of Ghana.
The results are as follows: Mathematics – A, English Language – D, Government – D, Integrated Science – D, Literature in English – E, Christian Religious Studies (CRS) – E, Social Studies – D, History – E.
Since the leakage of the grades, some Ghanaians have questioned how Nana Appiah, also called NAM1, managed to gain admission into the university.
According to some of them, NAM1 must have employed some dubious means to enter the university.
However, others believe that he might have re-sat his papers – what is called Nov Dec, to make better passes for the university.
According to a Graphiconline.com report, NAM1’s name is one the UG’s Alumni sub-domain website, and he was recently awarded the Best Alumni Entrepreneur award.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier published a report of how NAM1 lived in a single room before his sudden rise to fame and riches.
We also published a video which contains his plush gold mansion and many luxurious cars in one of Accra’s elite areas, Trassaco. NAM1 was declared wanted by the INTERPOL for allegedly defrauding under false pretenses.
This followed his inability to pay funds owed his customers when BoG and SEC shut down the company about six months ago.
It has also been revealed that all four directors of Menzgold, including NAM1 himself were close family relatives.
These included his wife Rose Tetteh, Benedicata Appiah, his younger sister and Abigail Mensah, also his younger sister. He was arrested in Dubai and reports have it that he is being brought back to Ghana.
In other news, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, a key partner of investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has been murdered in Accra.
A WhatsApp message he sent to a group revealed how some people had planned to harm and kill him.