A/R: MTN donates to Muslims towards Eid ul Fitr


The Management and Staff of MTN Ghana on Monday donated some items and a cash amount of GH¢5000 to Kumasi Central Mosque.

The items include bags of rice, cartons of vegetable oil, boxes of mineral water, packs of soft drinks, a Ram and GH¢500 worth of airtime.

Management of the company said it has for the past 12 years extended its support to the Muslim community in various ways such as the annual donation to the National Chief Imam, Regional Chief Imams in Kumasi, Takoradi, Tamale, and sponsorship of Sallafest.

Senior Manager of General Trade in charge of the Northern Business District, Simon Amoh, spoke on behalf during the company’s presentation to the Muslims towards the 2019 Edul Fitr celebration in the Kumasi.

MTN Ghana has pledged to strengthen its long-standing relationship with the Muslim community across Kumasi.

According to the telecommunication giant, it sees Muslims as major contributors to national development and the company’s growth over the years.

Receiving the presentation, Muhammad Isaah spokesperson for the Central Mosque expressed their gratitude to the MTN for such a wonderful gesture and asked for God’s blessings and guidance for MTN.

Sources: myashhfmonline.com