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MTN Ghana spreads Christmas joy with newborns in Upper East Region

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MTN Ghana, the leading telecommunications company in the country has brought the spirit of Christmas to hospitals in the Upper East Region by sharing festive hampers with newborns born on Christmas Day. The initiative is part of MTN Ghana’s commitment to community engagement and corporate social responsibility, geared towards bringing smiles to mothers and families.

A team from MTN Ghana visited selected hospitals in the Upper East Region, including the Bolgatanga Regional Hospital and the Bongo District Hospital, where they distributed special hampers filled with baby essentials to parents of newborns. The hampers contained baby clothes, blankets, diapers, soap, and other necessities to support the new parents.

Martin Kumobah, the Upper East Regional Team Lead of MTN Ghana, expressed his joy that his outfit was able to contribute to the happiness of families welcoming newborns on such a special day.

“Christmas is a season of love, and for God so loved the world that He gave us His only son who was born on 25th December. And for us at MTN, we believe in sharing love, and nationwide, we have taken a decision that every Christmas Day, we will present beautiful hampers to babies born on Christmas Day to put smiles on their faces”, he said.

Martin Kumobah, presenting a hamper to a mother

Mr. Kumobah thanked customers of MTN for their loyalty and promised that the company is working tirelessly to improve its network coverage going forward.

The two hospitals recorded 8 deliveries each on Christmas Day with two separate twin births at both hospitals. Anisa Abdulai, a Midwifery Officer at the Bolgatanga Regional Hospital thanked MTN for the support to the mothers.

“On behalf of the Maternity Block, we want to say a very big thank you to MTN for the hampers. The items consist of everything we always ask the mothers to buy when they are in labor. So the mothers are happy because some of them have not yet bought them”

A mother, Asaah Salamatu, expressed her gratitude, noting that the unexpected gesture from MTN Ghana “will save me some money since I will not buy the items they have given me”

With an estimated 30 hampers for the Upper East region, MTN Ghana also donated hampers to babies born on Christmas at some health facilities in the region.

A1radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga

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