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Gov’t Will Assist You Migrate To 4G Network – Minister Assures Vodafone Ghana
 
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08-Apr-2017  
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The Minister of Communications, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has paid a working visit to the head office of Vodafone Ghana to familiarize herself with the operations of the company.

Madam Ursula during the visit commended Vodafone for creating a respected brand and transforming the company to become the largest telecommunications company operating in Ghana.

“I am impressed with what they have done so far and the vision they have for the future. I am committed to do what I can as a minister to assist them to improve the profitability and grow the business to serve their customers” she said

She was appreciative of the fact that Vodafone’s leadership team is led by a woman.  

Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful also assured Vodafone that her office will to whatever it takes to assist them migrate to the 4G network – “We will assist you and we are committed in doing that”

CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Ms. Yolanda Cuba, expressed the company’s appreciation for the minister’s visit after personally giving her a tour of the Vodafone headquarters in order to provide a clear understanding of the company’s operations. 

Ms. Yolanda Cuba added that Vodafone has invested in infrastructure and capacity building as part of its commitment to improve the network quality and deliver an unmatched customer experience. 

“For us, ones Ghana become the digital hub of African, then we will have achieved our goals. We will not rest until we do that. We will continue to invest and even invest more in technology and people to work” she noted

  
 
 
 
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