DKM Bounces Back

THE CHIEF Executive Officer of DKM Micro Finance, Dr. Martin Dele, for the first time since his company was embargoed four months ago, has come out with a promise to pay all clients to the last pesewa come September 22, 2015 when the institution officially starts operations.

He has therefore appealed to all affected clients not to rush to the company’s premises because each and every individual who has an investment with the company will be reached through text massages to come for his or her money.

At a press conference on Monday afternoon to announce the re-opening of the company, Dr. Martin Dele, flanked by some board members, told journalists that the company’s branches throughout the country would officially start operation on September 22.

He stressed, ‘DKM will come back stronger than before because it has been tried, tested and proven.’

According to Dr. Dele, his institution had not regretted the four months moratorium the Bank of Ghana (BoG) placed on it because it had helped the management to learn a lot of lessons which would now make it more resilient.

He promised that his outfit would to stick to all banking regulations to the letter.

He thanked their customers for their patience in those trying months, encouraging them to continue doing business with the financial institution.

From Daniel Y. Dayee, Sunyani
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