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Bank of Africa celebrates chocolate day with customers




By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

The Bank of Africa- Ghana as part of its activities to mark this year’s Valentine’s and Chocolate Day celebration, appreciated its valued customers and patrons of its banking halls with boxes of premium Ghanaian chocolate across the country.

The Head of Marketing and Communications Mrs. Sharon Bansa said the activity was to show the love the bank has for its customers on a day like Valentine’s Day where individuals are supposed to show their love and appreciation to individuals in their lives.

“Bank of Africa – Ghana’s chocolate day is to commemorate that special day dedicated to both love and Ghana’s cocoa. It is founded on our value of being customer focused and seeking every opportunity to delight our customers,” she said

“The chocolate day is one of the ways in which we appreciate our cherished customers for their business with the bank,” she added

Some customers who had received chocolates after their transactions in the bank expressed their gratitude to the bank for its thoughtfulness. “I am very happy about this. It is so nice and unexpected,” one customer said. Another elated customer said she felt loved and appreciated, which was something that banks hardly make you feel.

The event aimed at rewarding the bank’s clients with boxes of chocolates during and after their transactions in the banking hall.

Bank of Africa has been in operations in Ghana since 2011 and the bank Group has presence in 14 other African countries namely Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo and Uganda.

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