Ghana’s Leading Telecommunications Giant, MTN Ghana has embarked on another benevolent exercise by presenting hampers to over 150 babies born on Christmas in the country.

In Accra, 30 hampers were presented to babies at the Maamobi Poly Clinic and 37 Military Hospital with each of the two hospitals getting 16 and 14 hampers respectively as part of the Christmas celebration.

In an interview with the Customer Relations Executive of MTN Ghana, Jemima Kotei Walsh, who led members of the MTN volunteering staff to present the items to the nursing mothers; she noted that the move forms part of MTN’s Corporate Social Responsibility (MTN Ghana Foundation).

“The hampers, each comprising blankets, diapers, towels, shawls, bibs, toiletries, clothes and other baby essentials were distributed to mothers who gave birth on 25 December, a day set aside to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ,” she explained.

This she said, the Foundation has been embarking on such benevolent exercise annually to express their love to mothers who gave birth on Christmas Day.

According to Jemima Kotei Walsh, as a caring organization they will continue to expand their social investment to champion the cause of development in all communities.

Since its inception in 2011, the MTN Ghana Foundation has donated over 1300 hampers to babies born between 24th and 26th December.

However, the beneficiary mothers hailed MTN Foundation for embarking on such benevolent exercise.

The Principal Nursing Officer, 37 Hospital, Ms Deborah Boateng, in elation commended MTN Ghana for the kind gesture; and also by putting smile on the faces of the nursing mothers.

Source: Isaac Kofi Dzokpo/


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