Henry Wampah BoG governor thanks financial sector

Wampah who is retiring today also shared his working relationship with Seth Terkper, adding that he's "very grateful for his [Tekper] partnership."

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Outgoing governor of Bank of Ghana, Dr. Henry Wampah, has expressed gratitude to players in the financial sector for their cooperation as bows out of office today March 31.

READ MORE: BoG governor to retire end of March

Wampah who is retiring today also shared his working relationship with Seth Terkper, adding that he's "very grateful for his [Tekper] partnership."

"Let me use the opportunity to thank all those in the financial sector for the cooperation you have given me during my tenure and particularly I want to thank the minister of finance," he said.

'We have worked together for quite some time now when I was deputy governor he was also a deputy finance minister and then he moved to the minister and then I also moved to the position of the governor am very grateful for his partnership’.

READ MORE: MP excited over Wampah's retirement

Wampah's term officially ends on August 5 but he decided to retire early so as to allow his successor more time to settle in before the November polls.

He has been accused of failing to deal with the microfiance crisis, inflation and the tumbling cedi.

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