The Gomoa Community Rural Bank Limited has held its first Annual General Meeting after eight years of its establishment.

Despite the negative impact of COVID 19, the bank due to efficient management and good investment has been able to survive the shocks of the pandemic.

According to the General Manager of the Gomoa Community Rural Bank, Mr. Isaac Sasah the bank will scrap loan collateral to help their customers secure loans to boost their business.

“The bank in the coming year won’t request for any collateral from its customers when they want to secure a loan, but the customers will guarantee for themselves.”

He also advised customers both government and non-government workers to do more savings with the bank to help sustain the bank and yield profit.

“All the necessary arrangements have been done with Controller and Account General Department for Government Workers to get a loan of any amount to support their business,” Mr Sessah stated.

Gomoa Community Bank Limited is one of the best growing Rural Bank in the Central Region and Ghana as a whole.

Source: Yaw Boagyan