The announcement comes as mobile money transactions in the country reached a total of 679.17 million Ghana Cedis.
“Considering the interest on flows, yes we would soon give them the green light. Hopefully, by the end of the year, they can start paying,” Mrs Kudawor said.
The move would have to be approved by the Bank of Ghana to see the light of day.
She made the disclosure at a stakeholders meeting in Accra organised by leading telecommunications giant, MTN.
This figure represents a 20% growth for the mid-year figure, compared to the 547.96 million Ghana Cedis recorded for the end of 2015.
Mrs Kudawor also noted that “the central bank will continue to dialogue with the industry so as to strengthen the regulatory framework, supervisory practices and check abuses.”
According to her, there should bb e transparency on the part of the mobile money operators for consumers to benefit from the interest.