Residents in the Upper Manya Krobo District of Ghana (Asesewa) lament over no network connectivity from mobile telecommunication giants (MTN) since yesterday (22nd March 2021) afternoon. The network went off yesterday after it rained and a heavy wind blew. Most residents are of the belief that the network went off as a result of the heavy wind that blew yesterday. but their worry now is why MTN hasn't restored their network since yesterday after it went off. They have more customers here who use their network services for their calls and internet connectivity so am soo surprised as to why they haven't restored their network since yesterday. Now almost all the residents in Asesewa have resorted to using other networks for their business which I think will really affect MTN very soon. As at now that I am writing this article (Tuesday 22nd March 2021, 17:41) the network hasn't been restored and we still have "No service" written boldly on our phones. I am therefore using this platform to plead to MTN to come to their aid.
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