Business News Fri, 7 Oct 2016

DKM depositors want Registrar General to make good promise

Some depositors of defunct Microfinance Company, DKM Diamond are urging the Registrar General to make good on her pledge to commence their repayment by the second week of October.

The Official Liquidator rescheduled the refund process from this week to next week because of logistical challenges the auditors; Price WaterHouse Coopers have encountered in the processing of claims for payment.

The depositors have expressed dismay over the development - citing the economic hardship they have faced over the last year.

The Registrar General, Jemima Oware has however reiterated, they are doing everything possible to avert any further delays.

Some depositors tell JOY BUSINESS, they would hold the Registrar General to her words.

"We don't want them to come out and say this day we are going to pay you, and this day we are not going to pay you,"One of the depositors told JOY BUSINESS.

He said they should be certain about the payment so the Registrar must plan well.

Another depositor said he hopes that by the time they get back to them, all the necessary correction would have been done so they can effect the payments and not go promising again.

Source: Myjoyonline.com