Bank of Ghana introduces the GH¢100gh, GH¢200 notes and GH¢2. Coin as part of Ghana’s currency denomination and Highlife Artist Rex Omar Ghanaian highlife musician, Rex Omar, says the Bank of Ghana (BoG) should’ve taken into consideration the consent and education of Ghanaians before introducing the new GH? 2 coin, 100, 200 Cedi notes.
During the interview on Day break on Hitz Fm
He said :
“this time is like we are raped. If you are having sex with a virgin, your approach must be different. That’s why BoG had to take us through to be more informed but they didn’t,” he told Andy Dosty.
Mr Omar said: “If you can walk around with about 20,000 Cedis in your pocket, you’re psychologically lowering the currency. Ghanaians would lose the value we put on our money. How do you print this note and say you’re creating a cashless society?” he concluded.
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