Vodafone has pledged to support the socio-economic development of Ghana as part of its commitment in ensuring that the country’s digitization agenda comes out successful.

Patricia Obo-Nai, the Chief Executive of Vodafone, made this announcement during a courtesy call at the Jubilee House.

According to her, Vodafone is determined to lead the digitalisation drive in Ghana, ensuring that no one is left behind as Ghana still remains one of its important market.

She indicated that: “Ghana will continue to be very important to our long-term strategy and aspirations. Our brand promise of delivering an exciting future continues to drive our awareness and leadership in new trends in digitalisation and technology such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.

“Again. Government’s agenda in the mobile payments sector has been nothing short of impressive and as a leading telco, we are committed to deploying our platform, innovative products and services in support of government’s agenda.”

The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, in expressing his delight for the visit, stated that government as a shareholder of Vodafone will provide the necessary support to ensure that the company becomes successful.

He encouraged Vodafone to come out with solutions in line with the digitisation agenda to establish that it is a worthy partner of government.

StephanieHorsu/techvoiceafrica.com