Capital Bank To Give Free Money At Uncle Ebo Whyte's Play

Capital Bank in partnership with Roverman Productions will on Saturday, June 4 stage a thrilling play in Accra at which event the Bank will give patrons free money to open an account.
Titled "Dear God Coma", patrons who make it to the show at the National Theatre in Accra will receive free money vouchers to be used as seed money to open an account with the bank, a statement from the Bank announced.  

Consequently, the Bank has urged patrons to the family-oriented play to come along with a valid identity card and proof of address to open the account instantly or choose to do that later with the voucher  at any branch of Capital Bank.

Tickets to the play are currently available for sale at all 18 branches of Capital Bank across the country.

Managing Director of Capital Bank, Rev. Fitzgerald Odonkor, the  Bank believes it is important for families to spend quality time together whilst learning values that positively impact their lives.

That, he said, necessitated this strategic partnership  with Roverman Productions, which he said, has established itself as Ghana’s premier brand for quality, family-oriented drama.

“Here at Capital Bank we believe in financial inclusion and as such we bring smiles to the face of consumers by creating value that is specific to their needs. The partnership is also to align Capital Bank’s brand with these positive family-oriented brand attributes that have become the hallmark of the Roverman brand”, he stated.

Capital Bank is a wholly-owned Ghanaian bank that recently launched its new brand identity as a contemporary African Bank with the vision to become the local bank of excellence for African markets, providing the standard of measure for stakeholder return.

The strategic focus of the bank is to become a tier one bank in five years and pursue the path of internationalization across the African markets.

Prospective customers can get the free money vouchers in all the 18 branches of the bank at Spintex, Abossey Okai, Tesano, Newtown, Makola, Ashiaman, Osu, Dansoman, Miotso and Tema in the Greater Accra region; Kasoa, Cape Coast and Winneba in the Central region; Kumasi in the Ashanti region; Koforidua in the Eastern region; Takoradi in the Western region; Tamale in the northern region and Techiman in the Brong Ahafo region.