The Kwaebibirem Rural Bank has presented 12 Luojia Tricycle Motors to farmers in the Kwaebibirem area as loans to aid in their productivity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Presenting the tricycles to customers of the bank, General Manager, Michael Agyeibi Agyekum said this will help farmers to convey their farm produce to the market.
In addition to transporting farm produce, the General Manager explained that the bank is helping to create employment for the youth in its operational areas.
Speaking on behalf of the beneficiary customers of the bank, Nana Emmanuel Tei expressed appreciation and gratitude to the bank for helping to alleviate the farmer’s burden especially moving palm fruits, maize and cocoa to the buying centers.
On behalf of the farmers, Emmanuel Tei assured the bank that they would work hard to pay any loan for the tricycles.
Speaking on behalf of the Board Chairman, Carlos Ahenkorah, whose initiative the tricycle loans is being enforced by the bank, a Director of the bank, Ernest Ampofo, expressed the growing demand of the tricycles and assured customers that the bank would continue to support them with products of this nature.
He encouraged the customers to buy more shares of the bank to help the bank to do more for them.