The Central Bank of Ghana has sent a straight message to debtors and defaulters of the known money lending firm called Qwikloan for failure to pay off their loans before the deadline pinned by the NIA for the deactivation of unregistered sim cards.
It was indicated that failure to repay such loans will attract negative repercussions on borrowers' credit reports and could subsequently adversely affect any chance of obtaining loan facilities from other financial institutions and credit providers in future,” as stated in a statement by the Bank on Wednesday, September 28.
It can also be recalled that Ningo Prampram Member of Parliament, Samuel Nartey George, said some customers who were yet to settle their debt decided not to pay and were waiting for their SIM to be blocked.
Many Ghanaians are quietly and hopefully waiting for their sim cards to be blocked hence making it impossible for their loans to be paid.
Here are some hot reactions to this communique from the Bank of Ghana:
• I thought the culprits would be told that they would be fished out where ever they are. The release is tacitly telling us that the loans have been gifted.
• Then tell the telcos to reduce the money for us so that we can pay the loans to them or unless they should forget about repaying it.
• This is just another threat to Ghanaians who don't even have money to buy a single state meal for themselves, this is so sad.
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