Customers of Gold Coast Fund Management who are upset demand an investigation into EOCO for the missing server
The Gold Coast Fund Management’s disgruntled clients are demanding a probe into Economic and Organised Crime for their failure to provide a server that was required for an ongoing legal dispute.
Gold Coast Fund Management’s disgruntled clients released a statement in which their convener, Charles Nyame, noted that the company’s server, which belonged to it and contained a backup of its investors’ data, was taken by the EOCO after the company’s operational license was revoked in November 2019.
However, it was discovered that the server in EOCO’s care had vanished at a court section held on June 21 on the Liquidation Case between the Registrar of Companies and Blackshield Capital Fund Management Limited.
The complete statement from Gold Coast Fund Management’s irate clients is provided below.
A DISAPPEARING SERVER WORTH MORE THAN 3.5 BILLION GHANA CEDIS REQUIRES HEADS TO ROLL AT EOCO.
According to reports, EOCO’s possession of a SERVER with content valued at over 3.5 billion Ghana Cedis has gone missing. The Commercial Court Six (6) of the Accra High Court Division heard the liquidation case between the Registrar of Companies and Blackshield Capital Fund Management Limited, formerly known as Gold Coast Fund Management and owned by Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, on Wednesday, June 21, 2023.
he SERVER which belongs to the Gold Coast Fund Management Company and contains a backup data of its investors was confiscated by the EOCO through the directives of the Securities and Exchange Commission (the official regulator of Gold Coast Fund Management) after it has successfully revoked the company’s Operational Licence in November 8th, 2019 under the Financial Sector Clean-up Exercise policy initiated in the year 2018 by the government of Ghana under the NPP Akufo-Addo – Bawumia administration.
News on the missing SERVER was informed to the court by the legal representation of the Registrar of Companies led by Ms. Iris. The Lawyer told the court that, in her effort to reach out to EOCO due to the Court Order which sought to direct the EOCO to grant Gold Coast Fund Management access to the SERVER to copy specific data require by the Court to facilitate the determination of the Liquidation case, to her utterly dismay, the authorities at the EOCO told her the said SERVER cannot be located.
The Aggrieved Customers of Gold Coast Fund Management considers the news of the missing SERVER a deliberately approach adopted by the government to deepen its delay tactics showcased on the Liquidation case since the year 2020.
Meanwhile, the same Government impeding the Liquidation process in court has insensitively conditioned the payment of the dying customers of Gold Coast Fund Management to the successful securing of Liquidation Order from Court.
The question we are asking is, for how long must the dying customers continue to bear the brunt of a government policy (Financial Sector Clean-up Exercise) for the past five (5) years?
We therefore make passionate appeal as follows.
1. The Government of His Excellency President Nana Akufo-Addo should with sense of humanity, rescind on the condition of securing Liquidation Order before it pays Customers of Gold Coast Fund Management and direct the Finance Ministry to advance money from either the Parliamentary approved Bailout package or from the 15 billion Ghana Cedis Stability Fund to the GBC Capital to pay off the Customers, whiles, the Liquidation case continue in court.
2. The whole structure of EOCO should be brought under investigation to produce the missing SERVER with immediate effect.
3. His Excellency President Nana Akufo-Addo should give order to EOCO to submit the missing SERVER to the court before/on July 3rd, 2023 thus the adjourn date for the Liquidation date for the smooth process of the case.
4. The Media and the Civil Society Organisations should on humanitarian grounds push for immediate payment of the dying Gold Coast Customers since over 800 pensioners among Gold Coast Customers have died due to various health conditions they couldn’t raised money to fund medical treatment.