The President of the Republic, Nana Akufo-Addo, has charged the stakeholders within the telecommunications industry to work hard to better the sector.
He was speaking at a gathering held to celebrate 25 years of the telecommunication giant, Mobile Telecommunication Network (MTN)'s existence in the country yesterday in Accra.
MTN has been in the country for 25 years and as part of their activities to mark their hardwork and achievements, the President honored the celebration with his presence.
In the President's speech, he expressed he is happy with the height the company has climbed as well as the contributions the telecom company has made and continues to make for the country especially, the awareness it has and continues to create in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that has engulfed the world.
Nonetheless, he is equally aware of the challenges in the sector and he is therefore, urging them to continue to provide quality services for the people of the country.
He also said that MTN should provide affordable services to its customers across board and continue to invest in the digital sector since his government is embarking on a nationwide digital agenda to improve on the digital economic policy and strategy that would improve upon the country's economic and social development.
Since the customer is the primary target and the one who's needs the company is addressing, he urged them to make the customers their priority and address all concerns of the general public and also continue to improve upon the quality of service delivered nationwide.
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