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It's Time for Telecoms to Start Investing in MoMo Vendor Security

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A system like MoMo (aka mobile money) cannot exist in the United States, at least not as it is practiced in Ghana.  I'm making this assertion as someone who grew up stateside, and I believe that few people who have actually resided in America would argue that statement.  If in the States you had people on the roadside acting as mini-banking institutions without ample security, they would be robbed regularly.  However the Gateway to Africa possesses a vigilante culture which deters many of the types of small-time thieves that are in abundance across the Atlantic. But then of course there are also those of the don't-give-AF variety that can be found in any country.  Such individuals may well be at their all-time peak considering that popular movies, television shows and videogames in which murderers, robbers and other violent criminals are presented as protagonists are also at an all-time high.  And yes, most of this content is in fact coming from the West, but Ghana has its issu

List of Services Categorized in the GHfind Database

This is an ever-evolving list, so interested parties are encouraged to visit regularly.  Since doing precise searches on GHfind may prove burdensome to some users, the purpose of this listing is to delineate all of the different classifications of businesses currently therein.  But as a reminder, if for instance you're searching for an educational institution, the best way to do it would be by entering the search term +educational +institution .  If however you simply enter educational institution then some unrelated businesses, such as government institutions, will also show up in the results. Also to note, considering that the database is pretty massive and ever-evolving, I'm not trying to compile this entire list in one day.   New types of businesses are being added all the time, or som etimes the name of an already existing category may be modified in the name of streamlining.  So that is why I feel a need to reiterate that if you really want to stay abreast of the types