According to the NPP Bono Regional Chairman, Kwame Baffoe, the prosecution of Directors, owners and major shareholders who played diverse roles in the collapse of seven indigenous banks will commence in October.
The NPP Chairman disclosed during a discussion on ‘The Platform’ show on Peace FM, Wednesday evening.
According to the NPP Chairman, all the various actors will be trialled by the Attorney-General when the various courts resume work from their legal vacation in October.
There have been several calls for the prosecution of persons who played various roles in the collapse of seven local banks in the country.
Kwame Baffoe, the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) Bono Regional Chairman, who is popularly known as Abronye DC , said that everything needed for the prosecution is ready.
According to him, “We are done with the forensic audit . . . the docket is ready . . . all the shareholders who were involved will also be taken to court.”
The Bank of Ghana has revoked the licenses of uniBank Ghana Limited, The Royal Bank Limited, Beige Bank Limited, Sovereign Bank Limited, and Construction Bank Limited and has appointed Mr. Nii Amanor Dodoo of KPMG as the Receiver of the five banks.
All deposits of the five banks are safe and have been transferred to the Consolidated Bank.
Capital Bank and UT Bank collapsed in August 2017 and their assets and liabilities were taken over by state-owned GCB Bank.