OmniBank is the official bank for 2018 Christian pilgrimage

OmniBank is the official bank for 2018 Christian pilgrimage
Source: Ghana |
Date: 11-04-2018 Time: 03:04:43:pm

OmniBank has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs as the official Bank and partner for the Christian pilgrimage to Israel.

This partnership follows the valuable sponsorship and support given by the Bank to the first official pilgrimage in 2017.

The partnership is expected to provide total banking solutions for prospective pilgrims including the sale of pilgrimage forms and collection of contributions from pilgrims on behalf of the ministry.

Commenting on this partnership, Mr. Philip Oti-Mensah indicated that Bank will continually partner organizations whose general objectives is to support religious institutions who have tremendous influence on socio-economic well-being and the political stability of Ghana.

Mr. Oti-Mensah further reiterated the bank’s commitment to the Christian community through the introduction of an all -inclusive product for churches –PraizPack.

“OmniBank offers total banking solutions and credit facilities for churches, staff and church members through Praiz Pack. The pack is to solve all challenges that churches face when seeking banking solutions including bespoke e- banking and cash management services.

Last year, the Bank in keeping up with its core value of ‘Godliness and Integrity’ and contribution towards togetherness and development of religious groups in Ghana, financially supported and facilitated the first batch of Christians to its annual pilgrimage in Israel.

This support is in line with OmniBank’s immense contribution to Growing of Communities through its Corporate Social Responsibility commitments.


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