Benjamin Tweneboah Reveals How Papa Kwasi Nduom’s Financial Crisis is Affecting Elmina Sharks
Elmina Sharks midfield dynamo, Benjamin Tweneboah, has disclosed that life has not been the same due to the financial crisis of Dr. Paa Kwasi Nduom, the Chief Executive Officer of Group Nduom.
The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Founder and Presidential candidate over two years has had various degree of problems with Bank of Ghana, and Security and Exchange Commission leaving his two major companies, GN Bank and Gold Coast Investment in a crumbling state.
In August 16th 2019, the Bank of Ghana, revoked the licenses of twenty-three (23) insolvent Saving and Loans companies and financial institutions and placed them under receivership of which GN Savings was included in the list.
The state of the two companies have halted players of Premier League side Elmina Sharks to enjoy their bravado when the Business magnate was in his stupendous element.
According to the fulgent midfielder, Elmina Sharks players enjoyed good life when things were good, but it is the opposite currently.
Tweneboah in an exclusive interview on Opemsuo 104.7 FM evening Sports, Pramaso, said, “Life is not the same now as it used to be when I joined Sharks Six seasons ago. We used to have full trench of our monies and it was prompt too.”
“Our pay always come. However, we are now receiving half of the amount we used to collect following the outbreak of the novel COVID-19,” he concluded.
Benjamin Tweneboah is one of the highly-rated offensive midfielders in the Ghana Premier League who is credited with superlative performances.
Source: Opemsuo.com / Sasu Danquah