Kester Aburam Korankye is a journalist based in Accra, Ghana. He has over a decade experience in journalism and communications. Kester has worked with some of Africa's top journalists to break some of the most important stories on the continent. He is presently the Ghana Journalist Association (GJA) Best Investigative Reporter (2019). He works with the prestigious Daily Graphic newspaper in Ghana as a Staff Writer. Kester is a passionate journalist and highly dedicated. Hire Him.
the introduction of mobile money has suffered from attempts at defrauding the system by malicious actors. In 2017, one of the telecommunication companies reported that it received about 365 complaints of fraud monthly from its subscribers.
It has emerged that about 30 per cent of fuel stations in the country are using digitally controlled dispensers that are easy to adjust to alter the quantity of fuel dispensed to buyers. This makes it easier for fuel attendants and their superiors to cheat unsuspecting consumers without tampering with the well-publicised security seals installed on the nozzles of fuel pumps, a highly placed source at the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has confirmed to the GRAPHIC BUSINESS.