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Exciting MTN Carols Night Comes To Accra Conference Center
 
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13-Dec-2016  
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MTN Ghana is preparing for its Carol service which promises to be exciting and engaging just as it has always been.

Slated for 16th December, 2016 at the Accra International Conference Centre, the event will feature supporting artistes such as Joe Mettle, Mzvee, the Accra Symphony Orchestra, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, MTN’s Viva Voices, Paulina Oduro, Cece Twum, the Dansoman Youth Choir, Nana Perbi, Boadiwaa and MTN Hitmaker season 5 winner, Kevin.

Hip-life superstar Kwaw Kese promises an exciting performance for patrons of MTN’s 6th Nine Lessons and Carols as he headlines the show for the fourth time. “The king of the streets”, who is known for thrilling his audience with bewildering theatrics says the evening will be very entertaining.

MTN’s Nine Lessons and Carols Service is organized annually to usher MTN stakeholders into the Christmas season and share in the joy of the season.

According to MTN’s Corporate Services Executive, Cynthia Lumor, the event also offers MTN the opportunity to celebrate their subscribers, staff and other stakeholders for their support throughout the year.

“It’s been a great year and we owe much of our accomplishments to our stakeholders. “Just like everything MTN does, this year’s carols service promises to surpass all expectations”, she said.

Over the years, the MTN carols service has become an anticipated event, well loved by MTN customers and members of the public for the fantastic organization and the staging of many seasoned artistes.
 
 
 
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