Yaa Titi has reacted to the current notifications she is receiving from the various banks across the country. Speaking live on Onua TV this morning on Onua Makyee Show, Yaa Titi made it clear that, the various banks in Ghana including Ghana Commercial Bank GCB have given her a new SMS depicting that; without Ghana Card, no Ghanaian can access his or her account at the bank. It is therefore prudent for any Ghanaian who does not have the Ghana Card to own one as soon as possible before 1st July 022, else they cannot access their account at the bank.
Reacting to the this statement, Nana Yaa Titi send a bold message to the president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo to go and reverse that decision immediately before 1st July.
According to Yaa Titi, not all Ghanaians have the Ghana Card and many have devoted their time to get one but yet they have not received their card. It will not be fair if Government sit to watch the new system to be introduced by the various banks on 1st July 2022.
Yaa Titi went further to showcase the massage from Bank Of Ghana to serve as the evidence to her words.
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