MTN Ghana has embarked on another benevolence exercise by donating some valuable items to the chiefs and people of the Mepe Traditional Area in support of the Afenorto festival which is celebrated annually.
The items donated include a cash amount of GH¢ 10,000.00, Airtime worth GH¢1,000, Drink hampers, and T-shirts. This forms part of the company’s quest to delight its customers and make their lives a whole lot brighter.
Presenting the items to the chiefs and people of Mepe Traditional Area, the Kwasi Osei Hyeaman Manager of Southeast Business District of MTN Ghana, said as a company they believe that festivals project a lot about African society and are considered an integral part of the development of the communities.
The commercial activities tied to these celebrations improve the economic conditions of the celebrating communities. This is why MTN Ghana continues to lend its support to over 40 festivals across the country.
Adding that, as a business they understand that their customers are the lifeblood of their business and they are committed to providing their customers with the highest quality of service possible.
“Without our customers, there can be no MTN Ghana, reason we are committed to serving them with excellence. Serving with excellence means providing our customers with the highest quality of service possible,” he stated.
Kwasi Osei Hyeaman, therefore, seized the opportunity to commend the efforts of the Mepe Development Association and the traditional council for collaborating with the people to implement developmental projects.
“On this occasion, MTN would like to salute Torgbe Kwasi Nego VI, Manklolo of Mepe Traditional Area, and the Mepe Development Association for collaborating with the people to implement developmental projects to enhance livelihoods in his Traditional area,” he applauded.
It’s usually celebrated from the month of July and throughout the month of August Afenorto means a period of staying/resting at home. It’s a period where all occupational activities are brought to an end. All citizens, both at home and abroad embark on annual leave during this period.
Source: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo