Information reaching YEN,com.gh indicates that President and Chairman of Groupe Nduom has revealed that more than 3,000 employees lost their jobs in the banking sector crisis in 2019.
Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom explained that many more workers are likely to lose their jobs due to the challenges put in their way which has very negative consequence
This was contained in a Christmas message signed by Dr Nduom copied to Adomonline.com.
Below is the full statement:
On behalf of the shareholders, directors, management and staff of Groupe Nduom, I want to thank each and every one of our customers for the relationship we have built over more than 30 years and particularly for the business you have done with us this year, 2019.
This has been a particularly difficult one for us at Groupe Nduom. We acknowledge the difficulties experienced particularly by our banking and investment customers. For that, we are sorry.
Many challenges were put our way with very negative consequences, intended and unintended. More than 3,000 employees lost their jobs due to these challenges. Other jobs are at risk.
But we have hope, that with the strength, with the spirit and the enthusiasm that we have, we will overcome these challenges. We are determined to leave behind the difficulties of 2019, and enter the new year, 2020, with bright new ideas, with renewed strength and with the support that we believe will come from many quarters, so that we can get back into place and deliver the kinds of services and produce the goods that have come to be associated with Groupe Nduom.
We will prove to everyone particularly ourselves that indeed when we say Groupe Nduom; Beyond Excellence, we mean that; we will live it.
I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy, prosperous, health-filled and productive 2020.
In other news, the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), Ghana's premier teaching hospital has disclosed 10 diseases that are taking the lives of Ghanaians the most.
Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Korle Bu, Dr. Daniel Asare, has revealed that there is an increase in chronic kidney disease among Ghanaians.
He described the trend as a worrying problem, and urged Ghanaians to be wary of their lifestyles.