Leading Global ICT Company, Huawei has donated an ultramodern intelligent video conferencing facility to Ghana’s Ministry of Communications to facilitate effective remote communication and meetings as well as support its activities and operations to aid the Ministry’s digital transformation agenda.
The donation which took place on Friday, August 20, 2021, at the Ministry of Communication office complex saw the unveiling of a fully installed video conferencing facility with all the needed accessories to facilitate clear interaction between the ministry staff and stakeholders in any virtual session.
Receiving the items on behalf of the Ministry, Mrs. Ursula Owusu Ekuful (MP), expressed gratitude to Huawei for their continuous support of the sector and Ghana’s digitalization drive.
“We are pleased to have Huawei as the strategic ICT partner of the Government of Ghana and as the Ministry at the forefront of Ghana’s digital transformation drive, we will continue to engage with Huawei to leverage on their wealth of global expertise to develop our ICT Infrastructure and skills of the citizenry to make Ghana the ICT Hub for the Sub-Region.
Managing Director at Huawei Ghana, Tommy Zhouwei said; “As a responsible corporate citizen, Huawei is actively participating in Ghana’s digital strategy, promoting the development and prosperity of the digital economy, and contributing to the realization of the vision of a “Ghana Beyond Aid.
Under the guidance of the Ghana Government’s development strategy, Huawei continues to work with partners to introduce cutting-edge ICT technologies and actively participate in Ghana’s ICT infrastructure development and this donation is a testament to our commitment towards a Smart Ghana.
Mr. Zhou added that, through the donation, Huawei hopes to support the activities of the Ministry, at the same time aiding the fight against COVID-19 by reducing physical meetings while promoting remote communications and interactions between the Ministry and stakeholders.
Source: Ghana Web