CEO of Ghana Bankers Association, Daniel Ato Kwamina Mensah confirmed dead

Daniel Ato Kwamina Mensah dead
Daniel Ato Kwamina Mensah

Chief Executive of the Ghana Bankers Association, Daniel Ato Kwamna Mensah, has reportedly passed away.

Myjoyonline.com reports that a notice to members of the Association from its president Alhassan Andani confirmed the demise of Mr Mensah.

“It is with a heavy heart and deeply sorry that I on behalf of the Family of Mr D. K Mensah announce the passing of our beloved colleague. The sad event happened yesterday (Friday).

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I have on behalf of council spoken to Mrs Mensah and his son Eugene Mensah to convey our condolences and assurance of support to the family during this difficult time. Let us all remember DK and his family in our prayers,” the notice read.

Prior to his passing the Ghana Bankers Association had recently announced that Mr Daniel Ato Kwamina Mensah was set to retire this year after serving his tenure.

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As CEO of the Association, his duties involved the management of its Secretariat as well as serving as a liaison between all licensed banks and all other external institutions including the West African Bankers Association, government and the Bank of Ghana.

Following his decision to retire, the Association then appointed former Chief Executive of UMB, John Awuah as the Deputy Chief Executive, to eventually take over when Mr D.K. Mensah retired.

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Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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