- Aggrieved clients of First Allied Savings and Loans company in Kumasi, have dared the Central Bank to kill them
- According to them, they will hit the streets to demand their monies on Monday, November 5, 2018
- They also expressed their disappointment in President Akufo-Addo for the financial crises in Ghana
Some aggrieved clients of the First Allied Savings and Loans company in Kumasi, in the Ashanti Region, have demanded their locked up monies.
According to a report by rainbowradioonline.com, they thronged the Adum branch of the company and asked that their monies be paid to them.
Led by a man named Stephen, they reportedly stated that no one can stop them from staging a protest.
They added that they are not scared, and it only gunshots that will stop them from carrying out their intent on Monday, November 5, 2018.
They argued that the Bank of Ghana (BoG) authorized the company to operate and as such they are justified if they stage a protest.
Stephen disclosed that together with other protestors, they will storm BoG’s premises and prevent the staff there from working.
He revealed that he has over GHc200,000 locked up in the company and as such he is unable to import items and conduct his business activities.
He stated that a client of the company passed away after she stayed at the Roman Ridge branch of the company for four days after efforts to demand her money proved futile.
Stephen also expressed disappointment in President Akufo-Addo for failing to deal with the financial crisis in the country.
"We will punish him in 2020 for making us feel disappointed in voting for him and his party,’’ he added.
The Ashanti regional minister, Simon Osei Mensah, has however said the petition he received from some aggrieved customers would be sent to the economic management team for redress.
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