- Dr Papa Nduom has resigned from all boards of his Group Nduom (GN) firms
- He says he is no longer interested in working as the CEO or manager of any of his firms in Ghana
- The businessman says he will work to improve relations with the investors in the company, going forward
Founder and president of Groupe Nduom (GN ) firms, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, has said he is no more interested in being a CEO or manager of the GN firms in Ghana.
The acclaimed businessman has revealed that he has thus resigned as the chairman of all Group Nduom Companies in Ghana.
Nduom made the exclusive revelation in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Classfmonline.com.
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“From a week or so ago, I’m no longer the Chairman of Gold Coast Fund Management. As a matter of fact, I’m getting out of being on the Board of all our companies in Ghana. I don’t want to be a director, I don’t want to be a manager or CEO of any of our companies in Ghana,” Nduom reportedly said.
He then revealed what is next role of duty is with respect to the GN firms, saying that he would focus on investor relations henceforth.
“We are going to divert some of the shareholdings in our company to other entities, other individuals and I want to make sure that the relationships with those people are the best. I also want to make sure that anybody who has monies with us, my job is going to be that we work to ensure that they get their monies,” he explained.
Groupe Nduom comprises over 60 independent companies across several industries including entities in tourism, investment advisory, and management; financial services, technology, media management consulting, cross-border trade and sports industries.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, some customers of the GN Bank were said to be very angry with the bank because they could not make withdrawals.
According to the bank, there was no money to pay, and customers were asked to exercise patience.
Another spectacle was created at one of Gold Coast’s offices where some furious clients created a scene in connection with the failed payment of their investments.
However, Nduom has said the Gold Coast Holding Company will pay all its clients who have short-term investments with the Gold Coast Fund Management.
He was reported to have assured all such clients of the company that they will receive their money, adding that not one of Gold Coast’s clients will lose a pesewa.
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