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Emotions as Nduom posts His GN Bank ‘Friday Wear’ Not Worn for Past 4 Years


Founder of Collapsed GN Bank Papa Kwasi Nduom has stirred emotions online after showing his unworn GN Bank Shirt for the past 4 years.

Opinions were divided as some people said he deserved what he is suffering under Akufo-Addo since he campaigned for the NPP against NDC but others sympathized.

Dr. Nduom who faced legal problems following the collapse of his bank posted the GN Bank Print Shirt usually called Friday Wear and said he has not worn it for 4 years.

Many people called for the government to restore his banking license and apologize for the pain and job losses.

Earlier, MyNewsGh.com reported how cars, motorbikes and other properties of collapsed GN Bank have been left to rot in a warehouse at Tema, according to Kofi Asamoah Siaw, a former General Manager of the Bank.

In a Facebook post sighted by MyNewsGh.com in August last year, Mr. Siaw who is now based in the US said more than 300 vehicles and motorcycles, as well as other machinery, have all been abandoned in a garage.

He revealed that over 3000 jobs were lost as a result of the collapse of the Groupe Nduom Bank.

Apart from the abandoned offices built by GN, these 300+ vehicles and dozens of motorcycles continue to rot away in an abandoned garage somewhere in Tema.

“The over 3,000 workers too remain jobless whiles the government ends its NABCO programme. If you have no idea how to create jobs, do you destroy what others have built or created? Just tell me if these abondoned vehicles were bought with leaves and the drivers were Chinese nationals.





























































































Source: MyNewsGh.com

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