The Branch Manager for the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) Plc Mr Eric Owusu has urged the people of Bole District and the general public to do business with GCB since it is a traditional Bank one can trust in Ghana.

According to him GCB is the oldest and the traditional Bank one can trust since their great grandparents trusted and did business with GCB.

Mr Eric Owusu was interacting with management and students of the Bole Nursing and Midwifing College during their matriculation ceremony in the school old campus in Bole.

Speaking to Nkilgi Fm, he said students of the Bole Nursing and Midwifery College have been partners over years and they have been working well with them and they do their business for them. He said they took the opportunity to go and meet meet the students and to also welcome new students and introduce the banks new products to them so that going forward they will start getting their financial decisions right.

He said growing from their secondary education to a tertiary education, the transformation of the students need a financial take over which gives them the opportunity to be responsible adults in future.

Mr Owusu added that GCB offer a wide range of best and quality products for individuals, groups and organizations, and as students, it will be more prudent to do bank transactions with comfort they may not have much time to come to banking hall.

The Bole GCB Manager said, the world is migrating fast into a digital space and GCB has introduce products that seeks to secure financial difficulties.

He used the opportunity to highlight and educate on some of the products of GCB.

On the financial opportunities of the Ghana Commercial Bank Mr Eric Owusu said, due to the insecure nature of our roads, homes and business places, it is not very safe to carry physical cash, hence the need for individuals and buisness open an account with GCB so that wheneverthey nees it they come for it.

He assured the general public that, even if the bank is burnt, their money is safe.

He said they have many investments and electronic products especially the GCB mobile money application which is so solid and give customers more options like payment of bills, school fees, request for cheque books and ATM’s and so on.

He urged all to join GCB bank which stand for every Ghanaian.

At the school premises after the presentation of Mr Eric Owusu, some of the students were given the opportunity ask relevant questions.