“If you are going to board a tro-tro all you need to do is just ask for the mobile money number of the driver, then you transfer the payment. This innovation will curtail the occasional scuffle between passengers and conductors over few Cedis change,” he revealed.
The revelation made by the governor comes in the wake of mobile money transactions in Ghana creating in excess of 150,000 jobs as at December 2017. Meanwhile, there are calls for heightened security in the mobile money sector as cases of fraud and theft continues to increase.
QST: So if you don't have money on your wallet will the mate follow you to the nearest merchant?