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Currently there is no bank in Ghana operating only online; the ultimate in virtual banking. Some banks have not invested significantly in radical technological innovations, rendering them unable to respond to client’s needs in these times where physical service delivery is challenging.

In times of COVID 19 – How are the Ghanaian Banks Performing? Image credit - pulse ng

Banking provides very important services to enable the economy run, ensures that our system of exchange of value occurs seamlessly and provides opportunities for secured savings, loans and investments.

The migration from the archaic regime to the more efficient technologically driven concept was aggravated due to Dr Mahamudu Bawumia’s observation that the old system had too much human interface and interactions as well as challenges associated with handling of hard documents.

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

In September 2017, through the formidable efforts of the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the paperless port system was legitimately introduced to inject potency into Ghana’s port clearance system.

The trees we are planting in Community 18 are not meant for us retirees, but for future generations. Foryoung individuals who will be the future beneficiaries of our efforts to uproot seedlings and call the Police at us is therefore unfortunate.

COVID-19: Tree planting and the police?

Written By Brig Gen Dan Frimpong (Rtd) - Ordinarily, in these “covidic” times, one would have thought that, an innocent and well intentioned tree planting exercise of one thousand seedlings by volunteer residents supported by the Lions Club in any community would have been received with approval, joy and applause by all, especially after being advertised heavily by WhatsApp and personal visits to homes by the Executives.

Amadou Gon was an exemplary leader.

Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly

Written By Akinwumi A. Adesina - July 8 was all like every normal day, focused on work. I had no inkling there would be a storm, even though we have weathered many storms and floods in Abidjan in recent times. Like a jolting bolt of thunder, everything changed when my wife, Grace, called my attention to a news item that the Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly had died. I told her this couldn’t be true as he just came back and as far as I knew he was fine.