A client of DKM Microfinance, Eric Adjei, has threatened to invoke curses on President Akufo-Addo for failing to honour his promise of retrieving their monies for them.
According to Mr Adjei, President Akufo-Addo had failed to honour promises made to DKM clients prior to the 2016 elections.
He revealed that years after the scandal became public, he is yet to receive his locked up money from the defunct company.
Adjei added that the people of the Brong Ahafo Region were informed that Mahama and his wife were behind the scandal.
“The NPP told us it was Mahama and his wife who were behind the fraud, and so we should vote for them, so they will retrieve our monies for us.
But when the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta was vetted, he told the committee it was not part of their manifesto and so they will not pay,” he said.
The Deputy Minister of Information, Pius Enam Hadzide, meanwhile indicated that 90% of the customers have been paid their monies through the official liquidator.
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DKM Microfinance Company and four others, namely Little Drops Financial Services, God is Love Fun Club, Jaster Motors and Investment Limited and Care for Humanity Fun Club, which turned out to be Ponzi schemes, took deposits from clients, paid huge unsustainable interests on the deposits and later absconded with clients’ investments when the companies became insolvent.