Businessman and Chief Executive Officer of gold dealership firm, Menzgold Ghana, Nana Appiah Mensah has apologized for his use of uncomplimentary language while refuting a claim by the Bank of Ghana against his company.
While admitting that his tweet response to the central bank last week was awkward, he says he is taking steps to settle the matter amicably and asks to be pardoned.
Last week the affable businessman had described a Bank of Ghana warning over Menzgold’s dealings as a joke, leading to hushed rejection of his language as inappropriate for business.
But in a new tweet Tuesday, Nana Appiah Mensah says he regrets his reaction to the Bank of Ghana.
“Owing to the fallible nature of man, I sincerely apologise for my initial reaction to the Bank of Ghana press release. We’ve engaged and are cooperating with the Bank of Ghana and other state agencies to cordially resolve the matter in the interest of our beloved Republic of Ghana.”
Owing to the fallible nature of man, i sincerely apologise for my initial reaction to the Bank of Ghana press release. We've engaged & are cooperating with the BoG and other state agencies, to cordially resolve in the interest of our beloved Republic of Ghana.#GhanaShallProsper pic.twitter.com/4m0DpcG6OJAugust 14, 2018
Nana Appiah Mensah and other officials of the company are scheduled to meet the Economic and Organised Crimes Office on Friday, August 17, the subject of which the investigative body has yet to disclose even though it acknowledges inviting officials of the company.