Gomoa-Dawurampong (C/R), Oct. 9 GNA – The customers of the Akyempim Rural Bank in the Central Region have been assured of better deal as new management takes over the operations of the facility.
Mr Stephen K. Bedu, the new General Manager of the bank gave the assurance when he and the Board of Directors rolled out a long-term public education programme for the bank at Gomoa-Dawurampong.
He said the new leadership of the bank had put in place effective mechanisms to iron out all differences between the bank and its cherished customers who operates various accounts with the facility within some few months.
He said the programme was for the bank to regain its trust and confidence of its trustworthy customers by providing uninterrupted services and urged disheartened stakeholders to allay the fears of losing their monies.
Mr Bedu charged branch managers and staff of the bank to strive to exhibit a high sense of self-control and self-discipline when dealing with customers in order to carve an excellent image for the bank.
He said the sensitisation programme was being led by Mr Bernard Atto Gyasi, the Credit Manager of the Bank and was expected to cover over 800 towns and villages within the operational areas of the bank.
The team had been charged with the task of educating the public, especially the old and prospective customers on the aims and the objectives of the bank to woo more clientele for the institution.
Mr Gyasi assured customers at Gomoa-Debiso, Gomoa-Okwahu, Gomoa-Lome, Gomoa-Pinako, Gomoa-Oguaa and Gomoa-Odina where the team had ready toured that any money they had saved with the bank would be paid back to them after the necessary investigations were completed.
He said the current management and the directors would ensure that the mistakes made by the previous management were fully rectified to ensure smooth and orderly operation of the bank.
The Credit Manager advised customers who had problems with their transactions to feel free to approach the new management with their documents for redress.
He appealed to customers who had collected loans from the bank to initiate moves to pay back such financial support without delay. GNA