Finally, the government signed an agreement with AirtelTigo to transfer the country's wealth. The government agrees with AirtelTigo on the transfer of state property. This followed AirtelTigo's decision to leave Ghana. So, under AirtelTigo's agreement with the government of Ghana for transfers to Ghana, all assets and liabilities belong to the state. Finally the government signed an agreement with AirtelTigo to transfer state ownership. Source: UGC This comes after the telecommunications giant announced its decision to exit the Ghanaian market in June 2020. The agreement was signed after the Ghanaian government broke off negotiations with AirtelTigo's parent company, Bharti Airtel Ghana Holdings B.V. and MIC Africa B.V. During the negotiations, all agreed company assets and liabilities will be transferred to the Ghanaian government. You can also visit their website to check and that is www airteltigo ghana .com .
Moreover this was signed with the help of the telecommunication system in Ghana.
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