New Vodafone Main Govt, Patricia Obo-Nai, has pledged the company’s commitment to the socio-economic development of Ghana.
In the course of a courtesy call on President Akufo-Addo, at the Jubilee Dwelling, Patricia bolstered Vodafone’s dedication to lead the digitalisation drive in Ghana, making certain that no a person is still left powering.
She stated Ghana remained a really important current market for the world-wide telecoms huge and Vodafone Ghana will enjoy an integral part, in the nation’s expansion agenda.
Patricia was appointed CEO pursuing the finish of the tenure of the former Main Executive Officer, Yolanda Cuba. Her appointment will come with Vodafone’s push to push the boundaries of innovation, in particular for targeted prospects even though positioning Vodafone as a crucial challenger in the market.
Patricia explained to the President that: “Ghana will proceed to be extremely important to our very long-expression system and aspirations. Our brand assure of delivering an interesting upcoming continues to drive our recognition and management in new tendencies in digitalisation and technological innovation this sort of as equipment finding out and artificial intelligence.
“Again. Government’s agenda in the cell payments sector has been nothing at all small of outstanding and as a major telco, we are fully commited to deploying our system, ground breaking solutions and companies in help of government’s agenda.”
The new CEO was appreciative of government’s determination to Vodafone Ghana as a 30% shareholder and was optimistic that with the recent level of motivation from equally the ministries of Finance and Communications, Vodafone Ghana has no option but to develop in current market share and other parts of operation.
The Board Chairman of Vodafone Ghana, Dr Kobina Quansah, was appreciative of the prospect to fulfill with the President and to introduce the new CEO to him.
He was self-assured of Vodafone Ghana’s readiness to be a lot more aggressive in the market place, supplied the existing strong doing the job connection amongst the two shareholders – Vodafone Team (70%) and the government (30%).
The President expressed appreciation for the stop by, including that govt as a shareholder in the enterprise, will support Vodafone Ghana to make certain that the business becomes extra lucrative and profitable.
He spoke about government’s willpower to deploy engineering in many locations of the economy in a way that adds benefit and enhances efficiency. He encouraged Vodafone to appear out with remedies that will be certain that it is a worthy lover of governing administration in this regard.
Current at the meeting have been the company’s Board Chairman, Kobina Quansah, Director for Exterior Affairs, Gayheart Mensah and a Deputy Chief of Staff members at the Presidency, John Jinapor.