Story by Carlos Afanou

The CEO of the Ghana Inter-Bank Payment Settlements and Systems (GhIPSS), Archie Hesse, has commended GOIL for taking a giant leap by partnering them.

This is to enable GOIL to upgrade its POS devices to accept all gh-link cards, noting it will bring enormous benefit to GOIL.

GhIPSS, he noted will pursue its mandate to migrate Ghana into an electronic payment regime noting GOIL has shown great leadership and achieved a great feat partnering his outfit, emphasising ‘GOIL must be celebrated for this’.

He was speaking at a ceremony to launch the use of the gh-link card on GOIL’s Point of Sale (POS) devices across the country.

With this development, all gh-link cards used mainly by banks and other financial institutions can now be used to buy fuel and other products from GOIL

The Chief Operating Officer COO, of GOIL, Alex Adzew, who spoke on behalf of the Group CEO/Managing Director, Kwame Osei -Prempeh, noted the company is pushing a drive to increase digitized payments to help eliminate the use of physical money at   its service stations.

The launch was also attended by some Board and management members of GOIL, officials of GIPSS GOIL’s Brand Ambassador, COPEC and representatives of some Banks.

Presently Gh-link cards that can pay for fuel at GOIL stations are ARBOMNI Apex Bank, Bank of Africa, CBG, NIB, Republic Bank, OMNI BSIC Bank and ADB.

The rest are Best Point Savings and Loans, BAYPOINT, BOND E.Transact and OPPORTUNITY INT.
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