MTN CEO Visits Asantehene At Manhyia Palace

Steven Blewett, MTN Ghana CEO on his feet at the Manhyia Palace

Steven Blewett, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana on Wednesday together with other officials of the company paid homage to the Overlord of Asanteman, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace.
Mr Blewett told the King during an interaction that his visit was to personally introduce himself as he begins duty and to share his vision for the company as he leads same from now.

He noted his commitment to explore all avenues to make the services MTN provides to the people of Ghana and particularly Asanteman seamless.
“As someone who values the culture of a people i deemed it right to pay homage to the Asantehene as I begin my duty as CEO and to learn at first hand concerns he has so together with my team we can work to addressing same and to provide better services to the people of Ghana and Asanteman”, the CEO stated.
The MTN CEO commended the Asantehene for welcoming the team and for supporting MTN Ghana all these years.
He noted that the relationship between the Asantehene and MTN Ghana has been mutually beneficial and promised to work to strengthen the bond.

Mr Blewett said MTN plans to work to ensure data, network and other services were improved for the people of Ashanti to enjoy quality service.

“My vision is to ensure that our operations and services continue to serve the people of Ghana including Asanteman very well so that we can keep the partnership we have with the people”, the MTN CEO noted.

Welcoming the MTN Ghana team to the Manhyia Palace, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II commended the company for maintaining good working relationship with the people of Asanteman and the Palace.

He noted that it was not surprising that people in the region as well as others in the country prefer being on the MTN network than being on other networks.

Otumfuo asked the new CEO to work to train staff and many others whose services could help to improve quality of service for the people.

“I am not surprised that you command over 70 to 80% of the market share in the telecommunications industry and i pray that you work to ensure your services are of the highest quality and helpful for the people of Ghana and Asanteman in particular”, Asantehene intimated.

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