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Good news co-operative credit union is a co-operative credit union which has affiliation with CUA. It is licensed by Bank of Ghana and has been in operation for ten (10) years and counting.
Good news co-operatve credit union has five branches In the Kumasi metropolis namely: Amakom- head-office, Suame, Atonsu, Ayeduase and Moke respectively.

Our Products

We have several and unique bank products/ brands such as
• Grassroot susu
• Me Mma nti
• Me Nhyira nti
• Traditional susu
• My life account
• Savings
• Current
• Fixed deposits
• Shares






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Of Experience

Background Information

Postal address P. O. Box UP 1487, KNUST-KUMASI
Type Community
Telephone 0204345245/02083229725
Date formed: Wednesday, 30th December, 2008
Date Affiliated Tuesday,14th October, 2014
Affiliation No. CUA/522
Date Registered Thursday, 19th March, 2009
DOC- Registered No. AR/FC/289
Bankers: Ecobank-Stadium, First Atlantic Bank Ltd
No. of staff Total: 34 ( Female-29  Male-5 )
Manageress Regina Hemans Asmah
Bonded Yes

Board of Directors

Name of Director Designation Qualification
Rev Joseph Turkson Chairman BA ( Theology/Church Administration)
Bishop Agnes Konama Vice-Chair MA. Theology
Pastor Christopher K. Agyeman Secretary MA. Theology/Church Administration
Margaret Forson Member Basic Education
Rev. Kofi Sarpong Member Royal Society of Arts( Stage II )
Edem Nyavor Member WASSCE

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The vision of Good News Co-operative credit Union is “become the best choice credit union for reliable and efficient thrift and loan services”


Good News Co-operative Credit Union’s mission statement is to “facilitate the socio- economic development for its members through provision of innovative member-centered financial and non-financial products and services to object poverty members and economically active members using a team of dedicated and reliable staff”,


The corporate goals of the society are:

  • To further develop the society’s traditional thrift and loans base.
  • To offer a high degree of personal service.
  • To provide innovate financial assistance tailored to meet each member’s financial requirements and capacity
  • To ensure compliance with the LI 2225, CUA regulations that may from time to time passed by Ghana co-operative credit union Ltd (CUA ) and the Department of co-operatives (DOC) Rules and Bye Laws:
  • To operate the society’s affairs in accordance with
  1. Accepted principle of financial management
  2. The achievement of a level of profitability that will allow a yield on members’ shareholders’ funds which exceeds the average for the co-operative credit unions industry and provides for the continued growth of the society’s asset base.

The Board, committee members, management and staff are all aware of the mission of the society and are able to articulate it. All parties are working towards achieving a market oriented society. Internal training is used to help staff live by the mission