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LIL WIN ON INVESTING WITH MENZGOLD

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Kumawood star and musician Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, who says he has no regrets investing in the gold dealership Menzgold, has disclosed that he will still invest in the company if it bounces back.

Kumawood star and musician Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, who says he has no regrets investing in the gold dealership Menzgold, has disclosed that he will still invest in the company if it bounces back.

Many Ghanaians who invested in the dealership have shared their regret and sense of grievance but Kwadwo Nkansah is not one of them.

He says he has observed that investing such schemes involves risk. He has engaged with many other ventures, he says, and ended up losing several thousand cedis.

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Lil Win, who has been a customer of the company for a year and a half, refused to disclose the exact sum locked up with the company, but was quick to disclose that he reaped the interest for a number of months before it ran into difficulties.

A number of people in high-profile positions are among the customers whose investments have been locked up with the company but because Menzgold clients have been tagged as greedy, they are unwilling to show up, he says.

“The greed tag on Menzgold customers is making most of them shy away. I have invested in Menzgold for more than one and a half years. It is not about greed.

“Others have their money in other banks. They do investments including fixed deposits.

“Truth be told, no one will invest in an organisation [if] he or she is aware it would collapse some day.

“You can buy a land and as a result of litigation you lose the cash. It has happened to me twice when I was building my school at Ahenkro. I have not regret [sic] because I am a man and will still invest in Menzgold or any other of its kind if it bounces back,” he said.