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NCR congratulates new MTN Ghana boss

The Network of Communication Reporters (NCR) has congratulated Mr. Ebenezer Twum Asante as the new and first Ghanaian CEO of telecoms giant, MTN Ghana.

"We are glad about Mr. Asante's appointment to the top position at MTN Ghana and we are particularly proud of him because we have worked with him in his previous capacity in Ghana and we have no doubt he is cut for this job," a statement from NCR said.

NCR noted that during Asante's days as the Sales and Distribution Executive (SDE) of MTN Ghana, the company's subscriber levels and product sales shot up drastically and it was, therefore, not a surprise the took him to Rwanda as the CEO.

"We have no doubt what Mr. Asante can do to give value to and to further excite customers as CEO," said NCR,’’ adding that we look forward to more customer centric services and products with Mr. Asante at the helm of affairs at MTN Ghana.

NCR also acknowledges the affability, approachability, and the deep thinker Mr. Asante is, and looks forward to a closer working relationship with him as CEO of MTN Ghana.

Prior to joining MTN, Mr. Asante spent 13 years with Unilever, where he held various positions, including Managing Director for Zambia and Customer Development Director and member of the Unilever Ghana Board.

He holds a BA (Hons) degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Ghana, a Postgraduate Diploma in Management from Henley Management College and was part of MTN’s Global Advancement Programme (GAP) in 2010.

Asante also participated in Executive level and General Management development programs at the Ashridge Business School (UK), Harvard and Insead (Paris).


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