The training is to inform the decisions they make when cases of Mobile Money fraud are brought before them.
The training is also to inform the decisions they make when cases of Mobile Money fraud are brought before them.
Speaking at a capacity building workshop for Members of the Journalists for Business Advocacy (JBA) in Accra on Thursday, October 26, Godwin Kwame Tamakloe, Senior Manager, AML Compliance & Analytics, said: “The training of the judges is a plan that came up and so we will surely be engaging the right people within the right quarters.
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“As we did with the police, we will also do the same thing for the judges; that is the plan that we want to have. They are also another part of the stakeholders we believe play significant roles within the space.”
He said that his outfit has put in place measures to help in curbing frauds associated with Mobile Money transaction.
“We have invested in systems to monitor and track the Mobile Money transactions. We have also provided helplines that the customers can call. The Call Centre is 100, the agents can also call 114 when they are encountering challenges with the system,” he said.