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Pay us our money – Ohemaa Woyeje tells Dr Nduom

Award-winning DJ and Angel FM presenter Harey Adjoa Owusu Kusi, popularly known as Ohemaa Woyeje has sent a strong warning to the CEO of Groupe Nduom, Dr. Paaa Kwesi Nduom, to stop doing charity’s with the money of his unpaid customers and pay them their money.

The mid morning host of Angel Fm, poured her frustrations on her official Facebook page following a news report of Dr. Nduom donating seven (7) ambulances to help combat the deadly coronavirus disease.

Ohemaa Woyeje who seemed overly angry stated categorically that, it’s inhuman for someone to make such huge donations while they as customers of Gold Coast Investment wallow in sorrows as their money are being locked with the investment company.

“ He can’t boldly show off with our locked funds with Gold Coast Investment (GCFM): what’s going on here at all? That he donated 7 ambulances to fight coronavirus?”. She wrote.

In furtherance she went on and revealed that, there is no need for such a donation as the ambulances he ( Dr Nduom) donated won’t save the lives of his devastated customers as she believes some of these customers are dead while others are on the verge of dying helplessly.

She then advised the CEO to do his charity works in silence and shouldn’t provoke them as customers, if he can’t pay them.

“ Menzgold and the rest are not doing this. Paa Kwesi Nduom, if you can’t pay our monies, do charity in silence and don’t provoke us. After all this ambulance money can pay some number of your victims who by now are dying without food”. She added.

Pay us our money  - Ohemaa Woyeje tells Dr Nduom

Source: Ghanaown.com

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