The Minister of Information, Mr. John Tia Akologu has given a call for MTN to have periodic interactions with the Government to help create quality information dissemination to Ghanaians.
Mr. Akologu said this at a launched of MTN Ghana premier edition of Government and Regulatory Stakeholders and external news letter.
“Well-informed and better educated Ghanaian is a great asset towards the attainment of our development aspirations” he said.
He said the government is prepared to interact with MTN on investment opportunities in Ghana as well as comity among nations.
Mrs. Mawurena Trebarh, Corporate Services Executive of MTN said, the newsletter dubbed Yello Ghana is an interesting publication with variety of stories to keep all stakeholders informed on the operations of MTN.
The newsletter contains the activities and events undertaken by MTN for the past one year and special articles on MTN products with details on how subscribers can benefit from the particular services, she added.
“External newsletter is a powerful tool for communicating effectively with external public.” Trebarh said.
She stressed that there is the need to do this because MTN is vibrant and should engage with its stakeholders on regularly basis.
“MTN has a responsibility to provide details of its activities from a corporate perspective to its stakeholders” she said.
Mr. Gideon Quarcoo, Deputy Minister for Communication commended MTN for further texturing the relationship MTN is having with the country