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Be guided by truth and honesty – GCB’s John Adamah urges youth

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Executive Head of Retail Banking of GCB Bank PLC, Mr. John Adamah

The Executive Head of Retail Banking of GCB Bank PLC, John Adamah, in an engagement with students of the University of Cape Coast has highlighted some essential tenets that have had and continue to guide him along with his splendid but challenging career.

An alumnus of the University of Cape Coast, Mr Adamah was the keynote speaker at the UCC edition of this year’s Success Africa Series held under the auspices of The LEC Group, a youth empowerment organisation, that seeks to motivate and empower the next generation to be more equipped for life.

Lessons learnt over the past two decades as an official of the GCB Bank were shared.

Mr Adamah, who has been speaking on the Success Africa platform since 2019 and was adjudged by listeners both as the most influential speaker and Success Africa Personality  in the 2019 Edition, stated that throughout his career as an official of the GCB Bank, he has learnt the importance of loyalty and the need to complement one another as team members.

He also stressed that honesty and integrity should be paramount in one’s career path and advised the students not to undermine their superiors under any circumstance.

He emphasised the need to uphold the truth and make it their guiding principle in all their endeavours wherever they find themselves.

Mr Adamah admonished the students do not shy away from standing by the truth no matter the circumstance adding that “the truth does not only liberate and guides but also illuminates a dark path.”

“Be determined, resilient, and aim for excellence in whatever you set out to do, and above all, acknowledge, seek and trust God to lead you onto pastures so rich and so sweet,” he advised.

In his presentation, Richard Denakpor, the UCC Branch Manager, educated students on the various E-Banking product offerings of the Bank and the conventional products available.

The team seized the opportunity to onboard numerous students onto the GCB and G-Money accounts.

Present at the event were; the Head of Private Banking, Leslie Ampofo; Cape Coast Main Branch Manager, Isaac Quartey; Bossman Emmanuel Briandt of the Retail Banking Department and Nii Ayi Tagoe of the Corporate Affairs Department of GCB.



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Microsoft appoints former UG student, Abigail Okyere, as Chief of Staff

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Abigail Okyere will work with the Cloud Security Engineering division of Microsoft [Photo source: @Abigail Amoakoa Okyere, LinkedIn]

A past student of the University of Ghana (UG) has landed a new job with tech giant Microsoft as the Chief of Staff.

Abigail Amoakoa Okyere will work as a member of the Cloud Security Engineering division of the company.

Excited about the great news of her appointment, Abigail took to LinkedIn to share her happiness and accomplishment.

She wrote, “I am beyond thrilled to be joining Microsoft to help drive change, implement strategies and above all, contribute to empowering individuals and organisations as a member of the Could Security Engineering division.”

Microsoft appoints former UG student, Abigail Okyere, as Chief of Staff
Abiagil Okyere is an alumna of the University of Ghana

The University of Ghana has since congratulated her on her appointment.

“Hearty congratulations to University of Ghana alumna, Abigail Amoakoa Okyere, on your appointment as Chief of Staff at Microsoft. We celebrate your great achievement,” the posted on Twitter, Sunday.

Abigail studied Bachelor of Science in Administration and Accounting at the University of Ghana.

She also attained her master’s degree at the University of British Columbia, where acquired a Master of Business Administration.





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ARB Apex Bank, the mini-regulator of rural banks has launched a ladies association called ARB Apex Bank Ladies Association.

Its president, Iris Obeng Tudah, is optimistic the ladies association will aid the growth of the bank.

According to her, the association will pool the efforts of women from rural and community banks across the country to ensure the bank achieve its goals.

She therefore encouraged members of the association to be confident and united.

She further urged the ladies to promote activities that will enhance the talents of members and prepare them for the challenging opportunities in the future.

“We want to drive the rural banks along with us in a form of unity because they are far off and seem left behind. We want to see many of our ladies at the forefront of the bank”.

“We want to unleash the potential in us and support the bank fully”, she added.

The Managing Director of ARB Apex Bank, Alex Awuah, commended the initiative by the ladies and admonished them to be active to contribute to the success of the bank.

“This association was mooted by hardworking ladies of the bank and when they presented the proposals to us we thought it wise to support them”, he opined.

Speaking on various reported fraud cases at rural and community banks across the country, he revealed that the bank is on course to deal with perpetrators of such acts.

“Fraud cases are everywhere and we have very strong structures dealing with such cases. For now I think we are making progress”, he added.

The ARB Apex bank Ladies Association is expected to play a collective role to the success of the bank.



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We’re committed to investing more in Ghana – MTN Group CEO

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Telecom gaint, MTN, has given the firm assurance of investing more in Ghana despite the current economic environment.

Speaking at a media engagement in Accra, visiting Group Chief Executive of MTN, Ralph Mupita said his outfit has taken the decision because of Ghana’s role in the group and return on investments.

He added that “we want to have a sustained investment programme so that in a market like Ghana, every Ghanaian has the capacity to enjoy the benefits of a modern connected life. And we are not changing view.”

“So if we are true to that vision, then we must sustain the CAPEX [Capital Expenditure]; and therefore we are not going to review that commitment when it comes to investment in Ghana,” he explained.

We're committed to investing more in Ghana - MTN Group CEO
Group Chief Executive of MTN, Ralph Mupita

There are fears that due to the current challenges facing the economy which has resulted in inflation hitting 23.6% in April 2022 as well as rising taxes on the company’s operations, MTN might have reviewed its capital expenditure.    

But the Group Chief Executive of MTN said otherwise, saying, it’s committed to aligning itself to a programme like the Ghana Cares initiative by the Government of Ghana.

MTN and the E-Levy

On the tax on Electronic Transfers popularly known as E-Levy, the Group Chief Executive said, for now, MTN sees it as a burden-sharing with government in terms of addressing the current challenges facing the economy.

Mr. Mupita, however, pointed out that it’s too early to find out the impact of the E-levy on its operations, but can only do so in six months’ time.

Localisation of MTN 

The Group Chief Executive of MTN intimated his outfit is committed to increasing the stake that Ghanaians can hold in MTN Ghana.

MTN, in 2018, issued about 12.5% of its shares to the public.

But presently, the investing public hold about 23.7% stake in the telecom giant.

“We are looking to offload about 30% and we’ve made a lot of progress on that. 30% is the target and that is the commitment as group.”

The Group CEO added that as a company “we want more and more Ghanaians to enjoy and participate in the economic success of Ghanaians and the business.”



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