Bank of Ghana Approves LemFi to Resume Remittance Services to Ghana

By Joseph-Albert Kuuire 2 Min Read

LemFi (RightCard Payment Services Limited) has announced that it has obtained approval from the Bank of Ghana (BoG) to resume its remittance services to Ghana with some of its approved partners. This is consistent with RightCard’s (LemFi) commitment to providing secure and efficient services while complying with the set regulatory framework by the Bank of Ghana.


The resumption of LemFi’s services to Ghana comes after a temporary suspension of its money transfer services to Ghana in November 2023. The company can now deliver its services in Ghana through payment companies, BigPay and ExpressPay, as approved by the Bank of Ghana.

LemFi is already licenced as an Electronic Money Institution with the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom.

What They’re Saying

“We are grateful to stakeholders at the Bank of Ghana as well as our partners for their role in ensuring service restoration“, says Precious Ama Kwartemaa Oduro, LemFi’s Country Manager. “We resume our operations with a better understanding, and we are now better positioned to address the evolving needs of the Ghanaian market.”

LemFi’s return to Ghana is marked by a renewed focus on improved customer satisfaction, strengthened partnerships with key stakeholders, and a commitment to fostering financial inclusion.

Customers, existing and prospective, can now take advantage of LemFi’s competitive exchange rate offering, zero transaction fees, and instant transfer delivery by downloading the app from the iOS or Google Play Store.

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Joseph-Albert Kuuire is the creator, editor, and journalist at Tech Labari. Email: Twitter: @jakuuire
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