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Bank of Ghana bans transactions in Foreign currency in the country.

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The Bank of Ghana has issued a directive banning the pricing, advertising, receipting or making payments for goods and services in Foreign currency in the country.

 

The directive was issued in a statement released today April 7. The statement noted that the legal currency in Ghana is the Cedis and should be the only means of exchange.

 

See a copy of the directive below

Bank of Ghana bans pricing, advertising, receipting or making payments for goods and services in Foreign currency in GhanaBank of Ghana bans pricing, advertising, receipting or making payments for goods and services in Foreign currency in Ghana

 

Meanwhile see reactions from Ghanaians to the directive below…

 

Bank of Ghana bans pricing, advertising, receipting or making payments for goods and services in Foreign currency in GhanaBank of Ghana bans pricing, advertising, receipting or making payments for goods and services in Foreign currency in Ghana

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