" we are not perturbed by their threats to storm our premises. What we are doing is in the interest of the customers."
The Bank of Ghana says it will not be moved by the agitations of customers of DKM Fianancial Services for the release of their investments.
Customers of the company, on Wednesday, threatened to storm the offices of the Bank of Ghana if their investments with DKM Financial Services are not released.
This was after the Bank of Ghana extended a 90-day moratorium placed on the operations and accounts of DKM to 30 more days. The moratorium was placed on the company when the central bank's attention was drawn to a short fall in the company's assets relative to the company's liabilities to its customers.
Head of Banking Supervision in charge of other financial institutions at the Bank of Ghana, Raymond Amanfo told pulse.com.gh in an interview that " we are not perturbed by their threats to storm our premises. What we are doing is in the interest of the customers. We have asked the management to raise their capital in the company for the security of the customers."
Mr. Amanfo added that demonstration is the right of every citizen to do. "We are not purturbed".