The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Unilife Group of Companies, Fredrick Mensah popularly known as Nana 1 has denied he got his wealth through money rituals.
According to him, there is nothing wrong being young and rich, and therefore, young rich people should pay no heed to naysayers who question their source of wealth.
The 32-year old millionaire speaking on the Entertainment Capital on Accra100.5FM on Saturday, 25, August 2018 said he is not perturbed with people linking his source of wealth to occultism.
He told show host Bismark Boachie (DJ Premiere) that: “I hear what people say about me, I’ve heard a lot, but, in this world, if you will live your life and listen to what everybody will say, there will be no progress in your life.
“So for me I’m focused, I don’t have any issue with anyone, and I haven’t wronged anyone too so I’m good.”
Citing an example of gossips about him, Nana 1 said: “Last year, there was an issue online that I had sacrificed someone for money but it was not true, at that time, I was not even in Ghana.
“And these are some of the things people say. When people see you young, living a certain kind of lifestyle, the society has all sorts of impression about you. It’s either you are 419 person (fraudster) or in the cult.
Nana 1 explained that people have come to accept that one can be young and rich but before that, the rumour that he was a cult member became believable to the extent that some people refused to accept his money after a service or after he had purchased an item.
Nana 1 has set up the Unilife supermarket targeted at tertiary students. He said he would set up the supermarket at all tertiary schools across the country “and it will be the first shopping market build for students in Ghana. I’m also setting up programmes for students where you can put money on cards with our supermarket so that students will get 30 percent discount on goods they buy.”