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THE WRONG WE DID?… Group Nduom !

  OUR STORY In 1997, we set out to invest and develop “the People’s Bank”. After nine years of planning, preparation and interactions with the Bank of Ghana, First National Savings & Loans Company Limited was granted a license to open for business in May 2006. Our company, Coconut Grove Hotels was the major shareholder, later to be joined by ...

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GHANA – THE CATHEDRAL AND THE CHRISTIAN MEDICAL DOCTOR’S VIEW

Dr Moses Barima Djimatey writes: “MY FINAL POSITION ON THE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL – FOR POSTERITY’S SAKE!!!!! – By Dr Moses Barima Djimatey – As a believer in the Lord Jesus, this matter has only succeeded in making me highly suspicious of many that we call leaders of the Christian community in this country!!! I have insisted that, THE KINGDOM OF ...

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Press Release For Immediate Release -REGARDING REPORTS OF GN SAVINGS RECEIVERSHIP

PRESS RELEASE DATE: AUGUST 16, 2019 SUBJECT: REGARDING REPORTS OF GN SAVINGS RECEIVERSHIP _____________________________________________________________ It has come to the attention of Groupe Nduom Limited, the entity representing the interests of the majority shareholders and founders of GN Savings Limited, that documents are circulating that purport to be from the Bank of Ghana (BoG) regarding the receivership of GN Savings Limited. ...

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GN Savings and Loans, 22 others closed down

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has revoked the licences of twenty-three insolvent savings and loans companies and finance house companies. The Bank of Ghana has also appointed Eric Nipah as a Receiver for the specified institutions in line with section 123 (2) of Act 930. According to a statement from BoG, “The revocation of the licences of these institutions has ...

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BoG revokes licenses of 23 savings and loans companies

The Bank of Ghana has with immediate effect revoked the licences of twenty-three (23) insolvent savings and loans companies and finance house companies. The central bank in a statement on Friday said the revocation of the licences of these institutions has become necessary because they are insolvent even after a reasonable period within which the Bank of Ghana has engaged ...

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Reforming A Hungry Prisoner: Woes Of The Prison Administrator

Prison systems the world over in recent times have a responsibility to ensure the reformation and rehabilitation of prisoners under their care as the era of mere warehousing of offenders is long gone. This they do by taking the prisoner through structured regimes to ensure that upon discharge, the prisoner re-enters society truly reformed. Food plays a key role in ...

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SEX AND SEXUALITY IN OUR JAILS: A TALE OF PREDATOR AND PREY!

Sex plays an important role in our social lives. Apart from procreation, it brings to the participating individuals emotional and physical fulfilment required to keep them hale and hearty. A good sex life is believed to bring to the individual benefits such as lower blood pressure, reduced stress, improved mood, enhanced immune function, general fitness among others. Sexuality, the way ...

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The Roots of Corruption – The Ghanaian Enquiry

  by HERBERT H. WERLIN* IN March 1970 Mr Justice P. D. Anin was named by the Ghanaian Presidential Commission, acting on the advice of the Prime Minister, to head a five-man Commission of Enquiry into Bribery and Corruption Not only was it authorised ‘to study the area, prevalence, and methods of bribery and corruption in Ghanaian society’, but also ...

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