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Tigo appoints Stephen Essien as Director for Tigo Business

Telecom brand of the year, Tigo, has appointed Stephen Essien as the new Director for its enterprise unit, Tigo Business.

With the new customer-focused approach of Tigo Business, Mr. Essien’s over 16 years working experience in customer operations will drive the company’s quest to deliver an unmatched customer experience for its business clients who are signed on to the new and improved Tigo Business.


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Melcom Fetes Dolly Memorial School, ST. Theresa’s School

Melcom Care has extended its celebration to Dolly Memorial Crèche and Nursery School and ST. Theresa’s School in Accra with lots of items and token gifts.

This follows a declaration of the Melcom Care Blood Donation Drive as the best blood donor by the National Blood Service.


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Pupils of Asiafo Amanfro Community School get taste of ICT summer camp

Information Communications Technology (ICT) has been described as a great tool for development and enhancing education for disadvantaged communities.

However, access and the use of computers and internet is still considerably low in most rural communities in the country.

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Equity of trust essential for improving productivity – Tigo Barcamp 2016

The country’s digital lifestyle brand, Tigo, has urged young entrepreneurs and graduates to establish trust in their profession in order to boost productivity.

Speaking under theme: “Enhancing Productivity through Professionalism” at the 59th Bar Camp in Tema, the Head of Customer Value Management for Tigo Ghana, Benedict Sumah said people can be qualified as professionals when they meet the expectations of their customers, exhibit good judgment in business operations and customer service delivery, and build a solid reputation through repeated quality service.


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Court orders release of Sylvester Mensah’s frozen accounts

An Accra High Court has ordered the release of all accounts belonging to the former Chief Executive Officer of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), Sylvester Mensah.

The order followed a motion moved by lawyer for the Financial Intelligence Center (FIC), Arthur Chambers.


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Tigo, JI and GES equip teachers on child online protection initiative

Protecting children online is a global challenge. In Ghana, there is a growing concern among many parents, government, teachers, journalists, child rights advocates and corporate organisations on the issue.

In this regard, telecom operator Tigo in partnership with J Initiative (JI), a youth focused non-governmental organisation in Ghana, have committed to protecting children online through policy advocacy, awareness creation, public education and community engagement initiatives.


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Komenda Sugar Factory suffering from erratic power supply - Spio

The Minister of Trade and Industry Dr. Ekow Spio-Garbrah has said constant operation of the Komenda Sugar Factory is being hampered by erratic power supply.

According to him, the factory is yet to be connected to the national grid to enjoy constant power from the Electricity Company of Ghana.


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Tigo Internship Programme launched to equip undergraduates for the job market

Ghana’s digital lifestyle telecom brand, Tigo, has launched its undergraduate internship programme with the first batch of 30 students taking up various positions within the organization; namely the Technology, Marketing, Customer Operations, Sales and Tigo Business departments.

The Tigo Internship Programme (TIP), spans over a three-month period and aims to expose students to the operations within the telecommunication industry, and offer them the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience for their professional fields in their desired career paths.

The Director of Human Resource at Tigo Elizabeth Arhin with interns in a group photo

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Melcom donates GHc5000 to K’bu hospital et al

The Melcom Care Foundation has extended its benevolence to Korle Bu Teaching hospital as part of efforts to provide quality health care delivery in the country.

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