NAM 1 should be imprisoned instead of Gyakye Quayson – Mahama to NPP government

John Dramani Mahama, the leader of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has requested that Nana Appiah Mensah, also known as NAM 1, a Ghanaian businessman and the proprietor of the now-defunct dealership company Menzgold, be imprisoned by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration.

According to reports, hundreds of Ghanaians lost enormous sums of money they had put in the organization that turned out to be a pyramid scheme.

However, according to Mahama, James Gyakye Quayson, the former Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin North seat, deserves to be dealt with and should be left alone.
Dramani Mahama reportedly ordered the government, “If you want to jail someone, jail NAM1, not Gyakye Quayson.”

According to Mahama, “Gyakye Quayson won the 2020 parliamentary elections free and fair, but he did not rob anyone unlike NAM1 because he wrote a letter to renounce his Canadian citizenship before running.”

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The former president urged the locals to support him in the by-election when he visited Assin North to support his bid for reelection.

He disproved rumors that the NDC candidate would go to jail if Assin North voters chose him.

Even NAM 1, who caused Ghanaians to lose significant sums of money, is not in jail and is currently at large, according to Mahama.

Former president Mahama claimed, “This NPP administration has gone to despicable lengths to rob the people of Assin North of parliamentary representation with the aim of gaining an advantage in what has essentially been a hung Parliament.”

According to Mahama, the Quayson case represents one of the most egregious manipulations of our legal system in the history of Ghanaian democracy.

By voting James Quayson once more as the constituency’s MP, he continued, “I firmly believe and trust the people of Assin North to right the wrong done to them and James Quayson.”

He claimed that despite returning his Canadian passport to Canada, Gyakye Quayson had not stolen any money or committed any other crimes.

He said, “No one can jail Gyakye Quayson; this is foolishness and just idle chatter.

He firmly felt that the NDC would take office in 2025 and asserted that Gyakye Quayson is qualified to serve as a minister in the NDC’s future administration.


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