- Mzbel consoles UT Bank former CEO, Kofi Amoabeng
- The BoG on Monday closed UT Bank and Capital Bank because they were not solvent
Songstress Berlinda Nana Ekua Amoah, known in musical circles as Mzbel, has sent words of comfort to the founder of UT Bank following the capitulation of his firm.
On Monday the Bank of Ghana released a statement directing the UT and Capital banks to cede everything they own to the GCB Bank.
The Central Bank said the move had become necessary because the aforementioned banks had become capitally impaired.
Both banks were subsequently delisted from the Ghana Stock Exchange, with their licenses also revoked by the Bank of Ghana.
Many have so far shared their views on the surprise development, with Mzbel the latest to add her voice.
The "16 years" singer, who is the ex-girlfriend of the UT Bank boss, has sent words of comfort to Mr. Amoabeng, encouraging him to look forward to "better days"
Mabel posted on her Facebook page: "Every situation in life is temporary. Enjoy the good times fully, and when things are not so good, know that better days are on the way."
Mzbel's message seem to have shocked many Ghanaians who thought she would be rejoicing over Mr. Amoabeng's plight following a reportedly acrimonious ending to their relationship.