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, 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.
Siaw Agyapong wrote:
“Today, 16th August 2022, marks the 3rd Anniversary of the reckless decision by the Finance Minister and his able lieutenant, the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, to revoke the license of GN Savings&Loans for purely political considerations.
“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.
Cause of Banking sector collapse
Poor corporate governance has been cited as one of the major causes of the collapse of the seven banks by BoG, and other financial analysts.