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Ecobank Branches in Accra



Ecobank Ghana is a commercial bank in Ghana. It is one of the commercial banks licensed by the Bank of Ghana, the national banking regulator. Ecobank Ghana is a member of the Pan-African Ecobank chain

With over 1,300 branches in 36 countries, Ecobank has one of the biggest branch networks on the continent. While you can enjoy Ecobank banking services online, on your mobile and at ATMs, the bank continues to offer friendly advice and support for your everyday banking in their branches.

All their branches are designed to easily meet their customers’ banking needs. They have tailored each branch interior to clearly identify how they efficiently serve their customers.

Key features:

  • For Classic customers – a welcoming, inclusive and accessible teller experience
  • For Advantage customers – dedicated touchscreen spaces offering extra support
  • For Premier customers – special lounges, wherever possible
  • Direct banking spaces, including ATM galleries and Internet access points, for quick electronic banking.

In Ghana, Ecobank has 67 branches network with 230 ATMs across the country. The list below is the branches of Ecobank in Accra:

Ecobank Abeka Branch
030 700 1497
Ecobank Haatso Branch
030 221 3999
Ecobank Ghana Limited (Head Office)
030 221 3999
Ecobank Tema Motorway branch, Gyau Towers
030 330 5510
Ecobank - Silver Star, Airport Branch
030 276 7404
Ecobank Dansoman branch
030 232 6580
Ecobank - Darkuman Branch
030 221 3999
030 223 0061
EcoBank Ghana - Kotobabi Branch
030 221 3999
030 221 3999
Ecobank Okponglo Branch
030 292 2401
Ecobank Abeka Branch
030 700 1497
Ecobank A&C Mall Branch
ANC shopping center
Ecobank Tudu Branch
026 778 3452
Ecobank - Madina Branch
030 221 3999
Ecobank Tesano
030 221 3999
030 240 9241
Ecobank Westlands Branch
030 241 4872
Ecobank Legon Main Branch
University of Ghana campus, Near Alumni Office, Accra
Ecobank Mile 7 Branch
Nsawam Road
Ecobank - Spintex Branch
030 221 3999
Ecobank - Accra Mall Branch
030 282 3053
030 221 3999
Ecobank Roman Ridge Branch
030 224 1883
Ecobank - Osu Branch
030 268 1167
Ecobank Labone Branch
Ecobank Weija Branch
030 285 3202
Ecobank - Ring Road Branch
030 224 4007

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Ndoum resigns from board of Gold Coast Brokerage; changes company’s name



The Chairman of Groupe Nduom, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has resigned from the Board of Gold Coast Brokerage Limited.

A statement from the Ghana Stock Exchange to Citi Business News confirmed the announcement.

Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom is resigning from the Board together with Patrick Kobina Anumel.

They are being replaced by Dr. Olivia Anku-Tsede, Mr. Joseph Kusi-Tieku as well as Mr. Kwesi Abedu Wilson.

It is unclear what has led to the resignation of the two from the Board of Gold Coast Brokerage.

Meanwhile, the statement from the Ghana Stock Exchange has equally indicated the change of name of the company to Teak Tree Brokerage Limited.

Gold Coast Brokerage is a licensed brokerage firm offering stock brokerage, investment advisory & Treasury management services.

It is licensed by the Securities & Exchange Commission as a Broker-Dealer and registered as a Licensed Dealing Member of the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) as well as a Central Securities Depository participant.

Gold Coast Brokerage is a member of Groupe Nduom which is a family business group of Ghanaian and American Origin.

The company was incorporated on June 8, 2012 and started operations on July 1, 2012, to continue the tradition of service excellence from our mother company Gold Coast Securities.

This was as a result of a regulatory directive to separate the Fund Management license and the Broker-Dealer license.

Meanwhile, the name of the company has been changed effective Monday, September 9, 2019. Here is a news desk report on the announcement.

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Top 5 online shops in Ghana



Online shops in Ghana are now getting much better and sophisticated. With the increase in demand for digital products, convenience and the rise in peoples’ trust in the online business, a lot for online shops have been created.

Unlike years back, when most people fear to buy things online, today, people feel ease to key their credit cards on the internet stores to purchase any goods they want with a high percentage believe that they will get their products. We have seen the coming into being of many online shops in Ghana for the past years. Each day, new Ghanaian online shops are being created and these stores offer a wide variety of products that anyone from Ghana and beyond can buy have it shipped to wherever he/she stays in Ghana.

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The like of Jumia and that of Kikuu has been the talk of the day. Most people feel like these two popular stores are the only shops in Ghana that offer great products at a cheaper price. But little do they know there are others that can compete with these stores. In this post, we are going to look at these Ghanaian owned online shops you can buy from. So without wasting further time lets dive to the point.

Below are some of the online stores you can buy from in Ghana:

  • Jumia
  • Kikuu
  • Zoobashop
  • Superprice
  • Melcom Ghana

Now let’s look at these sites in details. What they sell and how you can purchase from the site.

Jumia Ghana

Jumia is currently one of the leading online shops in Africa selling all categories of products. It has operations in almost all the Africa countries including Ghana. Jumia Ghana has grown to the stage where all their products can easily be accessed from every corner of the country.

jumia shop


With its best delivery method and supportive staff, customers turn to love them most. Jumia Ghana offers a variety of products ranging from Phones & Tablets, Electronics, Computing, Fashion, Home & Office, Health & Beauty, Gaming, Accessories, Clothing, Grooming & Healthcare Kits, Diapering, Grocery. etc. It has recently added a section for travel that allows one to book hotels. If you are from the capital city, you can use the Jumia food section to order food and get it delivered to your location within the city.


Kikuu is a Chinese based store with operations in Ghana. Kikuu has been one of my favourite stores for online shopping. the products offer on this shopping site are amazing because of the price, the time taken to get the goods in Ghana, and the payment method used for buying items. A lot of people have fallen for this site also.


The Kikuu shop is well patronized by students and unemployed graduates. Most students use this site for their benefit. I got to know of this site way back in 2016 when I was in the university through a female friend. This friend of mine by then knew of this shop which she uses to make some decent amount of money on campus.

During that time, the store was not all that popular among the students. So most people who were aware of it bought products at cheaper prices and then sold them to their colleague students at a profit margin. What makes Kikuu the best is the fact that they have their agents all over the regions and district capitals of Ghana.

Once you shop on this store, you are given a tracking page most especially when you use the app. With the tracking, you get to know the status of your order at any checkpoint.


Another great e-commerce shop in Ghana that has been in the system for some time now is the Zoobashop.

It offers products ranging from home appliance, phones, groceries, food and drinks, beauty, fashion, baby products, books & games, kids and toys. This site was once among and still belong to the largest market online shop in Ghana.


Zoobashop has a well define product categories which allows you to easily navigate through the site to find what so ever product you want. Check the site here to see for yourself.

Melcom Ghana

Melcom shopping Centre is not a new deal to many since they are already familiar with their local brick and mortar stores. Every ordinary Ghanaian knows of this shopping Centre.

Melcom in its quest to be among the business that serves customers both online and offline created the Melcom online shopping Centre.


melcom online

This online shop serves as the digital presence of the Melcom Shopping Centre. On this shop, you can easily order goods and service that you could have order offline when you visit the physical shop outlet.

Thanks to the internet and the coming into existence of the Melcom online shop, today you can sit in the comfort of your home and order these same products then get them delivered to your home with no extra cost.



Just like, the superprice online shopping site also offers great products that you can easily add to your cart. electronics products and other items such as cloths include the Zoobashop.


The website has a wide variety of items such as smartphones, Men’s Fashion, Women’s Fashion, Kids & Baby Fashion, TV Audio & Video, Home & Living, Beauty & Perfumes, Sports & Fitness, Landline Phones, Books & Other Categories.

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Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM 1) addresses media for the first time after his arrest



Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM 1 has had a media encounter for the first time after his arrest in Dubai and Ghana. Below is his full press statement:

“Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen of the Press.

Thank you for coming to this event meant to provide you with the detailed state of our companies especially, what has bedeviled Menzgold for the past twelve months and the way forward.

May I state humbly that, this communication is without Prejudice.
First of all, let me start by praying the almighty God for grace today and to thank him gratefully as we count our many blessings.

Let me also take the opportunity to thank the Government of Ghana; Ambassador of Ghana to the United Arab Emirates; His Excellency Alhaji Ahmed Ramadan, for the consular services extended to me during my eight months detention in Dubai. I thank the Ghana Police Service for the warm reception and the exhibit of professionalism in the discharge of their duty on my arrival to Ghana on the 11th July, 2019.

I express my greatest form of immense gratitude to the ruler of Dubai, His Royal Highness Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in his gracious name the Dubai Prosecutions and the Dubai Courts exhibited the highest form of integrity, by boldly upholding the rule of law, handing me justice before the Dubai first instance and superior Courts in the case number 68807/2018, an acquittal and discharge. May Allah, ever merciful, most compassionate bless and prosper Dubai forever. Allah Kareem.

I owe an immense debt of gratitude to the people of Ghana, our legal team abroad and in Ghana, led by Mr. Kwame Boafo Akuffo, my brother and my good friend; who has been resolute, exhibited loyalty and courage in the face our adversity, exhibiting his service and commitment to nothing but the law.

Today, I cannot forget to bless the over one thousand staff of Menzgold, Zylofon Media, Brew Marketing Consult and all our other companies in Ghana, as well as our families for their unwavering support, since the unfortunate events of the past few months. To you all I say; you made a good choice which would be well rewarded by God almighty, especially Mr. Kwame Boafo, like the biblical Moses, you chose to side and share in the afflicting of God’s people, instead of enjoying the temporary pleasures of sin. Thank you so much.

I also reserve my biggest gratitude to our cherished Menzgold customers for their continued support, encouragement, loyalty and prayers through the trying times. Thank you.

Even though I am still receiving the much-needed medical attention, swellings-blood clots in my pelvic region and knees with excruciating pains following a past surgical procedure, due to my well-publicized long nine-months detention in Dubai and Ghana. Regardless, I deem it very fit to make this address to the general public, especially to Menzgold customers in a bid to keep them abreast with the on goings.

Menzgold Ghana Company Limited is a licensed reputable Ghanaian gold dealership firm, with six years of impeccable and enviable service delivery and gold trading record. It would interest you to know that in five years, Menzgold consistently met the demands of its customers, suppliers and foreign partners who do business with us, but for the force majeure; the regulatory questions raised by the Bank of Ghana and the Securities and Exchange Commission; regulatory intervention of which we respectfully contested and is still before the Ghanaian courts of law.

A question of statutory interpretation of; as to whether or not the trading of gold collectibles or jewelry and the return of monthly profits on same to traders is, “Deposits-Taking” or “Deposits Mobilization” Activity or “trade in Securities”. As to whether or not the exports of tons of gold dore bars of very fine percentage purity, with many evidence of inflows in forex via the bank of Ghana is a “Ponzi scheme?”, praying the just and august Ghanaian Courts to make consequential orders to repair Menzgold damage, if any.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Menzgold got very successful with its gold dealership business, resulting in the buying of gold, exports and the produce of fine gold collectibles (jewelries) to satisfy the domestic market, an innovative drive in adherence to the government’s campaign for made in Ghana goods. We saw the need to embark on a drive for international expansion in a quest to broaden our market share size, which saw the openings of some international outlets in Madrid, London and Lagos.

The famous “shut-down” letter landed our business, staff, customers and shareholders a catastrophic blow, which sadly led to many very horrific occurrences that brought untold economic hardship to our families, our dear customers and the staff body of all our companies, many of whom are customers too due to the reputable nature of our business.

To you all who suffered various degrees of upsets, being it directly or indirectly, we share equally in your pain. With God on our side, we shall soon change this sad Menzgold tale to a very happy narrative, as i grasp a resolve now to drive Menzgold from good to great.

The Menzgold product line that has been questioned, is one that is just an act of innovation characterized by most businesses worldwide. We sought to build a word processor out of a typewriter in our line of business, with the hope of being encouraged to create wealth in the face of globalization.

I noticed that, the 21st century witnesses a blowing wave of globalization, yet Africa has seen limited technological innovative advancements, which stifle our economic growth and lame our progress due to lack of will to invest in the difficult task of creating new things, this turn to make companies in Africa fail in the future, no matter how big a company’s stated capital is or who is in the helm of affairs. With this background juxtaposed with my vision and drive to build a business that would surpass our generation, innovation was the only option.

As it turned out with the “cease and desist” directive from the Securities and Exchange Commission, the need arose for us to mobilize Company assets, especially outstanding payments due to our company from several companies and individual buyers in several countries, particularly in the United Arab Emirates to meet the payment obligations owed to Menzgold traders/customers and other business associates.

It was in this regard that I embarked on the pursuit of Company assets/debt recovery overseas. In the course of my pursuits, upon my arrival in Dubai on the 7th December 2017, I was framed by one of the companies; Horizon Royal Diamond, which owes our Company 750kgs of gold, valued at usd$39,000,000 dollars, believing that Menzgold is doomed for closure, due to the unfavorable media reportage and customers protests in Ghana, hence, tabled a bogus claim that they have been defrauded by another Ghanaian Company; Just Gold Company Limited, with frivolous claims of the Just Gold limited having associations with our Company, which is very false.

The subsequent action by the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) to freeze Menzgold and my personal assets further hardened the resolve of some of our debtors who thought Menzgold was a thing of the past.

Following my graceful acquittal and discharge in the Dubai Superior Court, the need arose for me to return to Ghana immediately on the call of the Interpol red notice, to answer criminal charges on the same customers’ debt portfolio before the Ghanaian Court, the very reason why I went to Dubai in the first place. A call that restrained me from laying claim to the funds I went to the UAE to recoup.

All companies worldwide have liabilities in their books and so do Menzgold. Business, in summary, is all about owing and being owed. We at Menzgold are committed and do express our willingness to service our debts portfolios to our customers and business associates as soon as we can with a given opportunity. We respectfully pray the Ghanaian authorities to cooperate with us to achieve the following;

1. To assist us to make a full recovery of the amount owed Menzgold by Horizon Royal Diamond in Dubai. As an act of good faith, we are willing to engage the Attorney General’s office on the best possible way for them to aid Menzgold by employing international law and diplomatic relations to ensure we achieve this objective.

2. To unfreeze our Companies and my personal bank accounts and assets for us to utilize these as vehicles to get productive in other to meet our liabilities, owed to our customers and some business associates in our bid to resolve our liabilities immediately. As of now, Brew Marketing Consult, Menzgold and I cannot credit or debit any bank account in Ghana. This is why it is highly imperative to consider this kind request, as I believe, government shares in our resolve and would do all that which is needful in our quest to satisfy the populace, who are our customers.

3. To clearly give direction as to which government agent or agency has jurisdiction to regulate the activity of a “gold collectible/jewelry trade” in Ghana, just so we can apply for the necessary certifications in other to proceed with our business in a fair and sound manner.

As we have publicly demonstrated, we are open to fair supervision and are opposed to no supervision, misconceived supervision or supervision with malicious intents, respectfully. The founders of PayPal; Elon Musk and co.; set out to create a new internet currency to replace the US Dollar, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg’s first product was designed to only get his classmates signed up, not the earth’s population, Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp’s Uber, started only to supplement the taxi fleet in San Francisco, Brian Chesky, Joe and Nathan started Airbnb as a means to rent out an unused space in their abode to get income to supplement a deficit for a pending event, Evan Spiegel, Bobby and Reggie started what came to be known today as SnapChat, as sending naughty disappearing fun photos when they were all student at Stanford University.

America’s media called it a “sexting app”, Jeff Bezos started Amazon as a digital bookstore in a garage, was heckled by the big players in the books retailing business, Jack Ma fought through and achieved Alibaba in China and the list goes on. All of these innovative breakthroughs had regulatory questions, suffered bad press. Uber and Airbnb particularly have suffered global protests, Travis Kalanick; founder and first CEO of Uber especially, fought many regulatory and legal battles.

Today, these great Innovative Companies are pillars of the great Silicon Valley, receiving global tributes for the United States of America. These are just symptoms of disruptive business ideas. Menzgold is today characterized by the same traits and I have no doubt in mind that, our company is on the path to greatness and global prominence.

IF these three propositions are reviewed and considered, we shall confidently proceed to make the necessary arrangements to start paying our customers immediately under my watch. This i say with my personal guarantee.
While my detention in Dubai was a harrowing, daunting, terrific and horrific experience, I am grateful to God because I feel very refined.

It has made me older than my age as we grow in our experiences and not in years. I am fulfilled and ready for greater exploits, highly motivated to add up to our previous gain. I am happy about the disruption, a key trait about a successful business prospect in this information age is the ability to scale. Like Mario Andretti, a champion car racer rightly puts it, “If everything is under control, you’re just not going fast enough”.

Zylofon Media is an entertainment media business built upon technical expertise such as creating, composing, storytelling and performance. It’s also built on innovation just like Menzgold, employing technology to develop new breakthroughs in arts, traditional and digital media products.
Tomorrow would witness a Zylofon Media that can be described as a multifunctional media in the digital space, which would cater for a wide variety of international interest and needs.

It would comfort you to note, that Zylofon Media is not just another media firm; we are a media and Arts technology company. Our competitors are not in Ghana, they are far away in Silicon Valley, California. To you I say, Ants that unite can beat an elephant. Admittedly, we have made some pretty good losses. We are happy about our loss having been a disruptive art and media business. We wear our loss as a badge of honor. Our loss depicts our grand ambition. By natural law, you have to go through a thunderstorm to see the rainbow. Our eyes are still set on the colorful rainbow. We shall succeed.

Brew Marketing Consult Co. Limited is a marketing company. A Commodity broker of a sort, which works for commissions by matching selling and buying leads. I encourage Companies worldwide with marketing needs in Ghana and Africa to take advantage of Brew Marketing’s great professional marketing prowess, as the company did for Menzgold, resulting in Menzgold’s mighty growth.

To the staff body of all our companies, I couldn’t have been more proud of you for standing resolute in the face of adversity. I encourage you to continue to stand strong as we navigate the path of soon meeting up to the demands of our cherished customers.

To our Menzgold customers, we note that you have experienced an increased level of anxiety and concern, but have been extremely understanding and patient with us through these trying times. We continue to recognize and respect your sacrifice, please remember that your patience and support for us is not an entitlement, but something we earned by the way we worked with you diligently over the past years. I can assure you that, it would pay off favorably soon.

Together, we are very conscious of our responsibilities towards you our cherished esteemed customers and we will do everything we can to individually and collectively meet your expectations.

To the government of Ghana, we applaud you for not “sparing the rod and spoiling the child”, we’ve got your message, we’ve grown and are ready to accept and take up responsibility if any.

I want to reiterate, that I do not seek political office or power, My goal towards contributing for the good of Ghana and Africa, is a missionary and not mercenary. Clearly, my willingness to be misunderstood is the basis of our many criticisms and the exercise of brute force and skewed media reportage witnessed against our outfits in the last twelve months. I am an entrepreneur and remains as such.

Last but not the least, to the many Ghanaian and African youth, as well as the aged who believes in me and the Nam Mission. We shall continue to contribute to those in authority, for creation of the new Ghana and the new Africa for the new Ghanaian and the new African, in the new African socio-economic front.

I am well aware, that many of you crave African posterity, to you all I ask; The Egyptian who conceived the idea of the pyramid and actually built it, had same natural abilities we have with less access to information than we do today, yet succeeded.

Which African would build the next “Egyptian pyramid”? Ghana Shall Prosper, Africa would be great again.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you all for coming.”

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