Papa Kwasi Nduom, the founder of the now-defunct GN Bank, has caused uproar online by displaying the shirt that he has not worn for four years now.
Some people thought he deserved what he is going through under Akufo-Addo because he campaigned for the NPP against the NDC, while others felt sorry for him. Opinions were split.
Dr. Nduom, who had legal issues after his bank collapsed, posted the GN Bank Print Shirt, also known as Friday Wear, and stated that he has not worn it in four years.
According to some individuals, his banking license should be reinstated and an apology is given to him and Ghanaians for the pain and job losses.
A former General Manager of the bank, Kofi Asamoah Siaw, told the media that cars, motorcycles, and other belongings of the defunct GN Bank had been left to rot in a warehouse at Tema.
Mr. Siaw, who is now based in the United States, stated in an August 2013 Facebook post that more than 300 automobiles, motorcycles, and other machinery had all been left in a garage.
He disclosed that the collapse of the Groupe Nduom Bank resulted in the loss of over 3,000 jobs.
These 300+ vehicles and dozens of motorcycles continue to rot away in an abandoned garage somewhere in Tema, in addition to the GN abandoned offices across the country.
“While the government ends its NABCO program, more than 3,000 workers continue to be unemployed. Do you destroy what other people have built or created if you have no idea how to create jobs? Please inform me if the drivers of these abandoned vehicles were Chinese nationals and were purchased with leaves.
Source: Oti news express