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PNC General Secretary pleads with parliament to interrogate MTN Ghana over fraud issues

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Madam Janet Asana Nabla, General Secretary of the opposition People’s National Convention (PNC), is asking Ghana’s parliament to summon telecommunication network provider, MTN Ghana, for questioning regarding the countless fraudulent activities that people use their SIM cards to commit in the country on a daily basis.

Madam Nabla, in an exclusive interview with A1 NEWS, said, the issue of fraud in Ghana has risen to alarming levels, hence the need for authorities like the Parliament of Ghana, which represents the people, to intervene and put MTN on its toes to immediately put measures in place to stop fraudsters from using their SIM cards for those activities.  

“MTN is taking the people of Ghana for granted, and I have said it and I am saying it again. The parliament of Ghana needs to invite MTN to the house to answer questions, pretending to be the numerous fraudsters using their network to defraud people. MTN is not the only network provider in the country. Why is it that we have Tigo Cash and Vodafone Cash, and the fraudsters don’t use them? But it is only when it comes to your network that fraudsters are using it to defraud Ghanaians?”

According to Madam Nabla, because of MTN’s lackadaisical attitude towards addressing the fraudulent activities relating to their network, fraudsters are able to use their numbers to carry out these criminal activities, which she describes as worrying. 

“What is even more painful is that, if you report these fraudsters to MTN, they do nothing about it. They will lie to us to give us the numbers, and if you give out the number, they just throw them away. Because if MTN were to be doing something to these fraudsters by now there would have been a reduction but there is no reduction because MTN is doing nothing about it.”   

Source:A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure|Bolgatanga|


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