Senin, 11 Maret 2013


Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN), has presented 15 modems to the Hips Charity School in the Ga South Municipality.

The GH¢1,500 worth of modems, which came with 5.5 data SIM cards for the first month and an additional one gigabyte data for the next five months, formed part of the organisation’ss efforts to bridge the gap in the provision of internet service to deprived communities in the country.

The presentation of the modems was a follow up to the presentation of a number of computers to the school by Interplast Ghana Limited.

In his address, the Innovations Manager of MTN, Mr Abdul Latif Issahaku, said the presentation of the modems is to help improve education in schools with the help of quality internet access.

With the provision of the modems, he said, the students would be able to access news and other pieces of information from various internet sources.

He, therefore, urged the teachers to make good use of the internet while improving teaching and learning in the school.

Receiving the modems, the headmaster of the school, Mr Richard Allotey, thanked MTN for their support and called on other benevolent organisations to provide equal services to deprived schools in the country.

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