Ghanaians won’t be Ghanaians if we don’t tie supernatural reasons to everything that happens in this our natural world of ours.
First, UT Bank’s closure was tied to the failure to tithe on the part of founder Prince Kofi Amoabeng. Now, it’s supposedly the fault of curses rained on the bank by customers.
According to the NDC’s Central Regional Chairman, Allotey Jacobs – UT’s closure can also be tied to the curses rained on the company by customers frustrated by their stringent loan retrieval policies.
UT has always been known as being tough on seizing assets of people who default on their loan payments. Many people have reportedly cursed the company over the years after their assets were seized for defaulting on loans.
Speaking on Adom Fm today, Jacobs attributed the bank’s closure to those curses.
“Curses from customers of UT Bank are even part of the collapse of the bank, those who had their properties seized after taking loans are part of the problem…they prayed against the bank…,” he said.
The politician added that even workers of the bank knew of the curses, and did their best to pray against its effects ever taking hold of them.