The head of the think tank IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, has waded into the issue of the Bank of Ghana’s increasingly fraught decision to revoke the licence of uniBank, which among all the other banks seems to have been dealt with the most unfair of hands.
According to Franklin Cudjoe, examining the facts on the ground makes it clear that the Bank of Ghana are not acting in the best interest of the financial sector as they claim but for their own parochial interests which might be politically motivated.
Bola Ray Gives Unlimited Opportunities to His Employees and Should Be Endlessly Celebrated – IMANI Ghana’s Franklin Cudjoe
Founding President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe, has showered praises on Bola Ray, the CEO of the Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) Network. Cudjoe, in a post on his Facebook handle, said the celebrated broadcaster turned media mogul deserves all the kudos in the world because of how he treats his … Read more