MTN SUPPORT COMMUNITIES IN NORTHERN GHANA
Ghana’s leading telecommunication giant, MTN is constructing 20 boreholes in some selected deprived communities in the Upper West Region of
The ongoing projects embarked upon by MTN as part of its corporate social responsibility when completed would among other interventions provide clean drinking water to residents of the selected communities.
Georgina Asare Fiagbenu, Senior Manager in charge of Corporate Communications of MTN-Ghana, made the announcement at this year’s Editors forum held in Tamale which drew participants from the Northern and Upper East Regions.
“Access to good drinking water is the beginning of enjoyment in life and for that matter, MTN is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to make water accessible to inhabitants of deprived communities in Northern
She said plans were far advanced by the Mobile Telecommunication Network to execute more of similar projects to reduce poverty, hunger and diseases in most deprived communities in the three Northern Regions.
Speaking on the much awaited World Cup soccer tournament to be hosted by South Africa, Georgina Fiagbenu disclosed that MTN as the global sponsor was spending US65 dollars on that big event.
She also revealed that about 200 MTN subscribers nationwide would be selected among the lucky ones to travel to
In compliance with the National Communication Authority (NCA’s) directive that all telecommunication companies operating in
Mrs. Mawuena Trebarh, MTN’s Corporate Services Executive in a statement read on her behalf said the company has over the years demonstrated its commitment to partnering government and the regulatory agencies in ensuring that
She assured the over 8 million MTN subscribers in
The MTN group was launched in 1994 as a global communication service provider and is operating in 21 countries worldwide including,