Coalition of Aggrieved Customers of Menzgold (CACM) has called on Ghanaians to turn out in their numbers and be registered to obtain the new voters ID card to enable them participate in the December 7 elections.
The association made this call today, July 1 2020 in a press release copied to all media houses following the start of registration exercise to compile a new voters register by electoral commission yesterday.
The angry customers of the defunct MenzGold also used the medium to call on relatives of the affected customers, friends, church members or co-workers to join them in voting in the next elections.
According to then, the party they vote will determine how and when their locked up deposits will be retrieved.
According to the Editor of the New Crusading Guide, Kweku Baako Jnr., is disputing claims that embattled gold dealership firm, Menzgold Ghana Limited, has more than a million customers whose funds are locked up in the controversial minerals trading company.
Read the full statement below:
MenzGold Customers: Go out to register in your numbers
The Coalition of Aggrieved Customers of Menzgold is by this letter calling on all its members , their families and friends, church members , community members and all those who share in our plights to respectively present themselves at their designated registration centres in their respective constituencies and register massively in their numbers to obtain the new voter identification cards so that they can vote on 7th December 2020.
This is a very urgent and important call on all our members so that we can be part of the decision to determine which group of people will run the affairs of this nation in view of what has happened to our locked up investments in Menzgold and other financial institutions.
All customers should see the ongoing exercise as an important national duty and must comply as such. Your vote is your power. As customers, our money shall determine our votes on December 7th 2020.
Accra , Kumasi & Tarkwa
Isaac Nyarko : 0208338654, Fred Forson: 0502133763, Samuel Odartey: 0243786322
Francis Owusu: 0559360457, Agyarko Samuel: 0245544161, Baffour Amankwa:0245998287
Rawlings Boateng:0244973444, Maggi :0542939332, kwabena Bonsu +233 24 276 5554, Magamud Salifu : 024 912 6127, Priscilla Boateng: 024 960 6159, Ike Tuffour: 024 488 0523
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