CENTRAL BANK HAVE A HAND IN DKM SAGA – OSEI KYEI MENSAH BONSU

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Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu

Minority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu has
alleged that some officials of the Central Bank
went to the Brong Ahafo region to encourage
people to save with the now debt ridden
microfinance company, DKM.
Owners of the Brong Ahafo-based DKM have
swindled their clients of several millions of
Cedis. Some of its management members are
standing trial for failing to give back savings of
their numerous clients. The bank of Ghana has
blacklisted the company.
The finance minister Tuesday told parliament
owners of the company invested GHC77 million
of investors’ deposits into personal businesses
and subsidiaries.
Speaking to Nii Arday Clegg on the Morning
Starr Wednesday, the Suame MP who has
declared the issue a national disaster said
officials of the Central Bank have more
questions to answer in the scandal.
“This is a tragedy that has befallen us as a
nation. This is a national emergency to some of
us and it should be treated as such,” he stated.
He continued: “Is it the case that we should
always be lamenting and leave people who are
responsible for it? We were told some officials
of the Bank of Ghana went to the enclave to
encourage people to invest. Bank of Ghana
failed to act even when huge monies were
being withdrawn and converted into foreign
currencies”.
Source : starfmonline.com

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