Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), has advised staff living in properties belonging to NAM1, to look for alternative accomodation before the Crime Office get hold of those properties.
The advice from EOCO follows the arrest of two individuals suspected to be staff of the defunct company, MenzGold, who attempted to take home some 10 air conditioners on Tuesday, January 30.
The two was arrested and detained at the East Legon Police station, but EOCO refused to disclose the identity of the persons arrested.
The Deputy Director of EOCO in charge of operations Nana Antwi, said they will follow the court order to the latter.
He cautioned the staff of the company to look for alternative accomodation because the Crime Office will come for all properties belonging to NAM1.
“So big man if you are a director and you are using a vehicle belonging to MenzGold, if you are living in a property, a house belonging to MenzGold you better find ways to go and rent because that comes under the authority of the court.”
An Accra High Court on Tuesday granted the application of EOCO to freeze all assets of NAM1 and his companies.
The associated companies which are stated in the news release are 7 in number, they include; Menzgold Office Complex, Zylofon Art Complex, Brew Marketing Consult, Star Madrid Football Club, Zylofon Music and Media Company, Brew Energy Company Limited, G- Tech Automobile Service.