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Bawumia Urges Telecel Ghana to Prioritize Investment in Youth Digital Capacities

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has called on Telecel Ghana to uphold the highest standards of ethics, transparency, and corporate governance, urging them to expand their network and innovate to ensure accessible, safe, affordable, and reliable network services for customers. He made these remarks during the official launch of Telecel Ghana’s operations on Monday, March 12.

Dr. Bawumia emphasized the importance of investing in the digital capacities of young Ghanaians, stating that it would contribute to shaping the future of Ghana as the country embraces the 4th Industrial Revolution. He urged Telecel Ghana and other stakeholders in the telecommunications and fintech industries to prioritize such investments as part of their corporate social responsibilities.

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Telecel Group, an Africa-focused telecommunications company with expertise in combining telecommunications with fintech, e-commerce, and tech startups, acquired a 70% majority stake in Vodafone Ghana (Ghana Telecommunications Company Limited – GTCL) in February 2023. The acquisition aims to bring disruptive innovation to Ghana’s telecom industry with customer-centric products and exceptional customer service.

Moh Damush, CEO of Telecel Group, stated, “This rebranding represents a bold step forward into a future where innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction remain at the core of who we are. Our goal is to provide Ghanaians with exceptional services, exceeding their expectations.”

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Patricia Obo-Nai, CEO of Vodafone Ghana, expressed excitement about the transition, highlighting the company’s commitment to delivering a great network for customers that promotes personal and business growth.

The rebranding exercise, starting in January and culminating in a full brand reveal at the end of February 2024, will include exciting activities and campaigns for all stakeholders. It covers Vodafone Ghana and its subsidiaries: National Communication Backbone Company Limited (Vodafone Wholesale), Vodafone Ghana Mobile Financial Services Limited (Vodafone Cash), and the Vodafone Ghana Foundation.

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