According to the statement issued by Groupe Nduom, they have started a recovery procedure after the fire which will help the entities begin operation on Monday (April 24, 2017).
This was contained in a statement issued by the Corporate Affairs Manager of Groupe Nduom, Richmond Keelson.
This follows the fire that swept through a section of the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel on Saturday (April 22, 2017). The structure also houses other subsidiary companies of Groupe Nduom.
According to the statement, they have started a recovery procedure which will help the entities begin operation on Monday.
“GN Bank, Gold Coast Fund Management and Amansan Television (ATV) that were based at the hotel will open for business tomorrow (Monday).”
“ATV, in particular, will begin broadcasting early evening today (Sunday). Our cherished customers are respectfully requested to go the old Gold Coast compound right next to the Regency to transact business. GN Bank's ATM at the Regency is working and available for use.”
It also assured customers that their “funds are safe. All vaults have been recovered intact.”
The statement finally urged customers who need any information to walk to the Regency Hotel for enquiries.
“Groupe Nduom representatives will be available at the Regency Hotel to answer questions and provide needed information.”