The donation, presented by Mr. Prince Owusu Nyarko, Senior Manager of the Southwest Business District of MTN, aims to strengthen the bond between MTN and the traditional area.
Mr. Owusu Nyarko emphasized the importance of supporting cultural festivals, stating, “Culture and traditions play critical roles in molding lives and shaping communities.”
He noted that MTN has a longstanding relationship with Esiama and aims to help revamp the cultural heritage of the area, especially after the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MTN's commitment to supporting traditional councils is part of its broader effort to spur development in communities across Ghana. Mr. Nyarko revealed that MTN supports over 40 traditional councils throughout the country.
Additionally, MTN will set up experience centers at strategic locations to enhance customer experiences during the celebration.
The centers will assist customers in linking their SIM cards with their Ghana Cards and registering new users.
The Chief of Esiama, Nana Ainoo Kwagyan III, expressed his gratitude for MTN's continued support during the Kundum Festival.
He commended MTN for providing reliable network coverage, which has enabled communication and business activities to flourish in the area.
Nana Kwagyan III also acknowledged MTN's contributions to the local community, as the company has created job opportunities for young people through its various services and products.
The donation from MTN Ghana reaffirms the company's commitment to fostering cultural heritage and supporting local communities across the nation.