UT Holdings Boss, Prince Kofi Amoabeng Regrets Giving Jobs To Only First Class Graduates

It appears that the boss of UT Holdings owner of UT Bank, Prince Kofi Amoabeng has regretted employing only First Class Degree holders in his company.
Entrepreneur Kofi Amoabeng who is unhappy after losing the ownership title of UT Bank to GCB has questioned the authenticity of First Class Graduate certificates in Ghana.
It is not a hidden truth that, Mr. Kofi Amoabeng is fond of only giving jobs to First Class graduates especially light-skinned ladies with the ideology that they can perform better.
However, in an interview with Accra FM, Mr. Amoabeng said majority of Ghana’s graduates have questionable certificates and cannot be trusted to competently deliver when entrusted with positions.
He further stated that that it had become necessary “to find a way to test” whether the honours held by our graduates truly define their qualities in the job market, adding that he always suspects beautiful ladies who “apply for a job with a First Class”.
Early on Monday, August 14, 2017, The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has revoked the licenses of UT Bank and Capital and transferred it to GCB.



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