Following the expiration of a week ultimatum given to authorities, aggrieved customers of the defunct Gold Coast Fund Management Company have threatened to resume picketing at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in demand for their locked-up funds.
The customers, who operate under the name BlackShield Capital Limited, claim that they have not received any communication from the authorities regarding their petition since their May 4 picketing at the SEC to demand payment of their funds.
Charles Nyame, convener of the aggrieved customers, confirmed in an interview with Citi Business News that they plan to return to picketing until their funds are released.
“The timeline ended last Thursday. As we speak, we have not received any response from the government or any stakeholder as far as our issue is concerned. But we are again calling on the government to do the needful.”
“We are in arrangements with the police, we are going to bounce back very hard on the government with another protest and this time round, it won’t be as usual because it appears the government has no plans for us meanwhile our monies were locked up as a result of government policy.”