Customers of First Allied Saving and Loans today took to the streets of Kumasi to demonstrate against the bank for refusing to give them their money.
Customers of the bank started panic withdrawal after news came out that former GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi was part owner of the bank.
Though the bank debunked the rumours, customers of the bank have still not been able to withdraw their money in months.
Not long ago, the management of the bank informed its customers that they are doing maintenance work and they will resume work soon.
Since then the customers have not heard from them again and they have also not been told how they can also withdraw their money.
Last month, some customers of the bank petitioned the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to intervene as the bank is headquartered in Kumasi.
“Because of what the bank is doing I have sacked all workers. I cannot pay them,” one customer told The Post.
Today, they hit the streets of Kumasi again to send a petition to the Ashanti Regional Minister and has asked the government to intervene.
Some of the aggrieved customers are threatening to vote against the government if it does not intervene.
First Allied Savings and Loans has been in existence for over two decades, however, they have not been able to serve their customers though they claim they have enough money to give to their customers.