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MTN supports Muslim Community in Western Region

  3 Juillet      16        Société (50991),


By Godwill Arthur-Mensah,

Accra, July 03 (GNA) – MTN Ghana has supported Muslim communities in the Western Region with assorted items and a cash donation amounting to GHc10,000 towards the celebration of this year’s Ramadan.

The items include bags of rice, cartons of vegetable oil, boxes of bottled water, crates of soft drinks, packs of fruit juice, recharge cards valued at GHC500 and a cheque for GHc4, 500.

At the presentation ceremony in Sekondi, Mr. Simon Amoh, a Senior Regional Manager of the Company, said the support was geared towards strengthening their relationship with the Muslim Community as they marked the Ramadan.

He said the telecommunication company would continue to invest in infrastructure development in order to provide quality services to its subscribers.

Mr. Amoh said the recent launch of 4LTE services, for instance, would increase by three times the speed of uploading and downloading data on the Internet and also ensure quality voice delivery.

Sheikh Ostaz Ali Hassan Ali, the Western Regional Chief Imam, expressed appreciation to the Management and Staff of MTN for their continued support and prayed for peace and Allah’s blessings for them.

Muslims in Ghana would on Wednesday, July 6, join their counterparts around the world to celebrate Eid- Ul Fitr, which marks the end Ramadan, the Islamic Holy month of fasting.


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