Patronise electronic services – CEO

Patronise electronic services - CEO

Mr Ziblim Iddrisu Baba, TA-HA Enterprise Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has called on Ghanaians to cultivate the culture of patronizing electronic services to save their money during armed robbery, fire outbreaks among other calamities.

He said with armed robbery on the roads, fire outbreaks in the markets, traveling with large quantity of money and keeping at home and markets it was better to use electronic services.
Mr Iddrisu made the call during a stakeholder’s engagement meeting organized by TA-HA Enterprise Financial institution for its customers at Yendi in the Northern Region.

He said TA-HA Enterprise started its operations in 2015, when he the CEO was travelling in a public transport with a customer of MOMO who was travelling over 83kms from Karaga to withdraw money at Tamale, due to lack of any other means.

He said they had eight branches, with two in Yendi, two in Gushegu, Karaga, Saboba and Tamale all in the Northern Region and 520, 457, 3,500 personnel of NABCO, National Service, Youth under Forestry Commission were benefiting from the services of TA-HA Enterprise in Yendi Municipality and provided services to the School Feeding Programme, LEAP, farmers, traders and other businesses in all their operational areas and a lot of people patronized their services because of their readiness to serve customers at all times.

He said they rendered services such as MOMO, E-Zwich payment, but unstable network services, delay in receiving settlements from GhIPPS which was under Bank of Ghana were their challenges.

Mr. Baba Sulemana, Genral Manager of Ta-HA Enterprise said their Agency Banks included; Fidelity Bank, Cal Bank, Social Security Bank(SSB0 with TA-HA Enterprise main office in Yendi and licensed to carry out its business finances and mobile money to other electronic money payment by Registrar General of Ghana.

He said they had MOMO service with MTN, Vodafone, Airtel to dissuade people from carrying huge sums of money.

DSP Mr. Joseph Guaino, the Yendi Municipal Divisional Crime Officer reminded them that the mandate of the Ghana Police Service was to combat crime, arrest and prosecute the offenders and appealed to the public to give them the necessary information concerning criminals especially land lords renting out their houses to criminals.

He gave the assurance that the identity of informants would not be known to such criminals.
Chief Gumpal-Lana Sumani Shei Sadik advised Financial Institutions to close at least by 1700 hours to avoid armed robbers attacking their offices.

He said in recent times, there […]

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