Global Access would pay us; be calm - MP with locked up cash urges customers

Global Access would pay us; be calm - MP with locked up cash urges customers

- MP for La Dadekotopon Constituency has urged other customers like him to be calm

- He was hopeful that the Bank of Ghana would work to pay customers like him their locked-up funds

- He urged them to follow due process so as to get their money back

Member of Parliament for La Dadekotopon Constituency, Vincent Sowah Odotei, who has his money locked up at Global Access Savings and Loans Company following the revocation of the company’s license has urged other customers to be calm.

The MP said he was hopeful that the Bank of Ghana would work to pay customers like him their locked-up funds.

The MP, who turned up at a branch of Global Access on Monday, August 19, 2019 to fill a form for the processing for payment of his locked up cash, urged customers to also go through the process.

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“Those of us who bank with Global Access are here to make sure that we follow the due process as has been properly laid by the Bank of Ghana and the receiver Mr. Nipah. I came here to fill my forms. Listening to the Bank of Ghana, arrangements have been put in place to ensure that all those who made legitimate and proper claims will be vetted and validated,” he noted.

The Bank of Ghana last Friday, August 16, 2019, revoked the license of the Global Access Savings and Loans company together with 14 other savings and loans companies because they were declared insolvent.

The decision comes from the Central Bank's findings of the institutions continuous record of accumulated losses mainly due to high rent expenses paid to the majority shareholder for the use of its premises.

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In other news, the photo of a woman who delivered triplets has surfaced on social media and has since generated some pleasant reactions since it was shared in a popular Facebook group.

While the woman’s identity is yet to be known, social media user Suzy Nana Ahoofe Yaa, took to popular Facebook group, Tell it All, to share a photo of the woman and her adorable newborn babies.

The photos has since gone viral and has generated interesting remarks from some members of the group.

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