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Plants And Vehicles Of GN Bank Abandoned 3 Years After It Collapsed: Ex-Staff Holds Placard On Live

Thousands of people have been rendered jobless following the collapse of GN Bank which served as their source of livelihood. The idea to clean up the banking sector was orchestrated by the government and banks belonging to local businessmen were compelled to stop operating.

Captain Smart, the host recounted an uncomfortable situation he found himself in some years back and exclaimed 'hunger is painful' before introducing his guests.

Two Ex-staffs of GN bank appeared at the studio of Onua TV today to tell their stories after marking the third anniversary of the collapse of GN Bank. They were not in a happy mood and their facial expressions showed that they were frustrated.

Philip Sarpiah, the top manager of the defunct GN Bank extolled his boss and even showed a placard with the inscription "REMEMBRANCE OF OUR MOTHER GN SAVINGS." He indicated that if there is no hunger, there will be no anger.

Having lost their job, the pair narrated their painful ordeal of sitting at home unemployed for years while they have children at home to provide for. Despite all these, they still manage the situation and pleaded with the authorities to pardon their boss Papa Kwesi Nduom if he has done any wrong and permit him operate his bank once more. Sadly, the plants and vehicles have been abandoned and in a very bad state.

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