Bills Micro-Credit Limited officially launched

After 15 years of serving Ghanaians with various loan facilities, Quick Credit will now officially be known as Bills Micro-Credit Limited.

 

On Thursday, May 20, at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel, all rebranding procedures were completed and the new name formally unveiled.

 

The plush ceremony was attended by dignitaries including Special Guest of Honour; HRM King Tackie Teiko Tsuru ll, National Chief Imam; Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu and board members, management staff & clients of Bills.

 

Also present at the dinner were Fidelity Bank MD; Julian Opuni, Businessman Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Special Advisor to President of Rwanda; Andrew Mwenda, Minister of State from Liberia; Hon. Reginald Nagbe, Vice Chancellor of UPSA; Prof. Kwaku Mensah Mawutor, GBC Director-General; Professor Amin Alhassan and a host of other guests.

 

The event kickstarted with an opening prayer and later speeches by the C.E.O of Bills; Romeo Richlove Kwaku Seshie, Board Director; Kobby Awuah, Founder & Board Chairman; Richard Nii-Armah Quaye as well as the Special Guest of Honour.

 

Intermittently, the night was spiced up with performances from Amakye Dede, KiDi, Joyce Blessing, Nana Asaase, Bernard The Magician and Bethel Revival Choir with words of exaltation from Dr. Lawrence Tetteh.

 

The excitement at the well-organized dinner heightened when loyal customers and long-serving staff were rewarded with brand new cars, cash prizes and TV sets.

 

Overall best staff, Charles Sampson, was presented with a brand new Hyundai Tucson vehicle and a cash prize of GHc200k by Bills Board Chairman, Richard Nii-Armah Quaye, for his long service and commitment.

 

Fourteen other workers of Bills Micro-credit formerly, Quick Credit, were each gifted a brand new Toyota Vitz vehicle while 5 selected workers were specially rewarded with GHc200k cash prize each.

 

Fifteen dedicated customers of Bills received 55-inch TV set each plus interest-free loans of up to GHc100k for every customer.

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