The Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG) has suspended Saturday banking until further notice, the management of the bank, has said.
Although reasons for this decision were not given, it is believed it is as a result of the outbreak of the coronavirus infection in Ghana.
Ghana has recorded 204 cases of the COVID-19 with five deaths.
CBG in a message to its customers on Friday, April 3 said beginning Saturday, April 4, there will be no weekend banking.
The management, therefore, appealed to customers to use its digital channels and ATMs to transact banking businesses during the weekends.
“Dear Customer,” the message said: “Please be informed that effective this weekend, April 04, 2020, there will be no Saturday Banking until further notice.
“We encourage you to use our ATMs and e-channels for your banking transactions. CBG…We Stand With You.”