Don't share your own card o!

Order a card just for you, and give family and friends their own pawaBank Debit Mastercard®

With amazing artwork by Ghanaian artists Emmanuel Taku and Joshua Oheneba-Takyi

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pawaBank’s family & friends Debit Mastercard®

The better way to help a bro out

Why its smart to be selfish (about your cards)

Sharing a personal card opens you up to multiple risks.
  • 👎🏾 Prohibited by terms and conditions
  • 👎🏾 Sensitive data may get leaked
  • 👎🏾 Activity may look like fraud
  • 👎🏾 Embarrassing if your card is declined
  • 👎🏾 May lead to account termination
Ordering a family & friends card to give is much better
  • 👌🏾 A smarter way to share the love
  • 👌🏾 Controlled by you with full transparency 🔎 💳
  • 👌🏾 Instant top-ups when needed
  • 👌🏾 Family and friends will love the independence
  • 👌🏾 Useful for online purchases, emergency funds and travel

So easy, it basically orders itself

When the cards are ready, your family & friends just download pawaPass - a super secure and simple way to verify themselves and use their cards
1
Select the person you would like to give a card to
2
They download pawaPass and complete ID verification
3
The virtual Pawabank card is immediately available to them
Go to PAWAPASS

Order now, pay later

Pre-order cards for you and your family & friends who need one (max 5).
Purple card

This piece by Joshua Oheneba-Takyi is called Lilac Women Reclined Seated. It can be ordered both as a personal card or as a family card.

Pink card

This piece by Emmanuel Taku is called Wrestling Brothers In Pink. It can be ordered both as a personal card or as a family card.

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Meet the artists

Joshua Oheneba-Takyi

This collection is called A Seat At The Table. In his work, he intimately documents and examines the themes of placement and displacement, often employing the chair as a metaphor for notions of stability and belonging.

The Seat at the Table Teal card is PawaBank’s VIP card and is available through invite only.

Learn more about Joshua

Emmanuel Taku

There exists a tone of kinship from the relationship between the individuals (brothers) within communities captured in ubiquitous embraces. Through the composition, we see the interconnection of the black bodies, where there is a focus placed on the theme of unity and strength. Taku sends a reminder to the viewer of the age-old African Swahili saying of Ubuntu, meaning ‘I am because we are.’ He explores the importance of the figures being juxtaposed to create a sense of consolidation, synergy, and unity.

The use of newspapers found throughout the bodies creates the narrative that there is power within words. Taku looks to push the boundaries of representation and believes it is important to celebrate its complexity that black people turn to internalise.

Learn more about Emmanuel
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