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General News of Tuesday, 20 August 2019

Source: Ghana Guardian

Deputy Communications Minister's cash locked up at one of the closed down savings and loans


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The Deputy Communications Minister and Member of Parliament (MP) for La Dadekotopon constituency, Vincent Sowah Odotei has had his cash locked up at Global Access savings and loans company.

He believes the bank of Ghana will take the necessary step to pay customers like himself who have their monies locked up in the remaining 22 other financial houses.

Speaking to Accra based Citi fm monitored by ghanaguardian.com, the MP who went to one of the bank’s branches to fill his forms from the receivers for the processing of his locked up cash was buoyant of the central bank paying them their hard earned cash.

“Listening to the bank of Ghana arrangements have been put in place to ensure that all those who made legitimate and appropriate claims will be vetted, validated and the bank of Ghana will take steps to ensure that they acquaint them with their monies invested “he emphasized.

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