MTN officials visit Upper West Regional GNA office

Wa� Officials of Ghana’s leading Mobile Telecommunication Network, MTN, on Thursday visited Ghana News Agency regional office in Wa as part of efforts to cement and sustain its relationship with the Agency in Upper West region.

The visit was described by staff of the News Agency as historic since it was the first time in several decades, top officials from an organisation like a mobile telecommunication giant had visited the GNA office in the region.

Mr Obed Adu-Amankwah, the Upper West Territory Sales Controller of MTN Ghana was in the office in the company of Ms Emelia Anang, Upper West Business Representative of MTN.

Mr Adu-Amankwah said the GNA had over the years been an important media organisation partner for the promotion of its quality services and products through accurate and balanced news reports.

He said the Agency had been instrumental in promoting the work, services and products of the telecommunication company in Upper West and the entire country to improve quality of life.

When you have a media house that has influenced your work positively through its accurate and timely delivery of news items on your activities, it is only prudent for you to sustain such an important relationship for the future, he said.

He added that the Company was committed to delivering both quality voice and internet services through its 4G services to give customers a wonderful mobile telecommunication experience.

MTN Mobile Money services, Mr Adu-Amankwah said, was growing and contributing to a cashless Ghanaian society and urged people who have not yet registered to do so in order to enjoy the company’s ever growing quality services.

He noted that through the MTN Foundation, a lot of Corporate Social Responsibility work had been done to support communities and make life better for majority of the people.

Mr Dasmani Laary, the Upper West Regional Manager of GNA, said the Agency was poised to deliver on its mandate with accurate and objective reportage for national development and nation building.

He said MTN and GNA have a long standing working relationship geared towards improving lives through quality delivery of information and services.

He expressed the hope that the visit would further strengthen the bond that had existed between the two organisations over the years to help promote the Upper West region and grow Ghana’s economy.

Mr Laary added that the GNA would continue to work within its mandate to churn out credible news reports and maintain its position as the most reliable central news gathering and distribution organisation in the country.

He said the GNA was a subverted news organisation that if properly resourced � given adequate logistics and relevant personnel – could provide wider coverage on many activities, issues and programmes, particularly in remote communities that were either not reported or under reported.

He said quality, reliable and accurate information was the life-wire of the citizens and appealed to MTN Ghana to assist in refurbishing and providing the Wa office with logistics to help the news agency work more efficiently and effectively.

He added that though the company had been of tremendous support to the Agency, the Upper West Regional office, needed urgent support to function effectively.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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MTN officials visit Upper West Regional GNA office

Wa� Officials of Ghana’s leading Mobile Telecommunication Network, MTN, on Thursday visited Ghana News Agency regional office in Wa as part of efforts to cement and sustain its relationship with the Agency in Upper West region.

The visit was described by staff of the News Agency as historic since it was the first time in several decades, top officials from an organisation like a mobile telecommunication giant had visited the GNA office in the region.

Mr Obed Adu-Amankwah, the Upper West Territory Sales Controller of MTN Ghana was in the office in the company of Ms Emelia Anang, Upper West Business Representative of MTN.

Mr Adu-Amankwah said the GNA had over the years been an important media organisation partner for the promotion of its quality services and products through accurate and balanced news reports.

He said the Agency had been instrumental in promoting the work, services and products of the telecommunication company in Upper West and the entire country to improve quality of life.

When you have a media house that has influenced your work positively through its accurate and timely delivery of news items on your activities, it is only prudent for you to sustain such an important relationship for the future, he said.

He added that the Company was committed to delivering both quality voice and internet services through its 4G services to give customers a wonderful mobile telecommunication experience.

MTN Mobile Money services, Mr Adu-Amankwah said, was growing and contributing to a cashless Ghanaian society and urged people who have not yet registered to do so in order to enjoy the company’s ever growing quality services.

He noted that through the MTN Foundation, a lot of Corporate Social Responsibility work had been done to support communities and make life better for majority of the people.

Mr Dasmani Laary, the Upper West Regional Manager of GNA, said the Agency was poised to deliver on its mandate with accurate and objective reportage for national development and nation building.

He said MTN and GNA have a long standing working relationship geared towards improving lives through quality delivery of information and services.

He expressed the hope that the visit would further strengthen the bond that had existed between the two organisations over the years to help promote the Upper West region and grow Ghana’s economy.

Mr Laary added that the GNA would continue to work within its mandate to churn out credible news reports and maintain its position as the most reliable central news gathering and distribution organisation in the country.

He said the GNA was a subverted news organisation that if properly resourced � given adequate logistics and relevant personnel – could provide wider coverage on many activities, issues and programmes, particularly in remote communities that were either not reported or under reported.

He said quality, reliable and accurate information was the life-wire of the citizens and appealed to MTN Ghana to assist in refurbishing and providing the Wa office with logistics to help the news agency work more efficiently and effectively.

He added that though the company had been of tremendous support to the Agency, the Upper West Regional office, needed urgent support to function effectively.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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