Advancement in technology has ensured that there is the presence of cashless transactions.
And it is definitely in the pipeline that Ghana shifts entirely to a cashless economy.
However, the challenges of operating a cashless economy in Ghana cannot be underscored, John Dumelo has observed.
In a tweet sighted by EonlineGH.com, he made a very important observation on the amount of money he will lose to his bank if Ghana is to make the shift to a cashless economy sooner rather than later.
It’s sad that Ghana wants to shift to a cashless economy yet my bank charges 11gh cedis everytime I use my atm card to pay for things. Imagine using my card 10 times a day. That’s 110 cedis a day, 3,300Gh cedis a month and 39,600gh cedis a year all in the name of bank charges.
— MrDumelo (@johndumelo1) June 18, 2019