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Babies born on Christmas day receive hampers from MTN

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Leading Communication giant, MTN Ghana has showed love to babies born on Christmas day, 25tth December, 2021.

The new born babies at 3 selected hospitals received 50 hampers.

The hospitals were KATH, Kumasi South and Suntreso all in Kumasi.

Godfred Kwarteng, Fixed Band Services, Northern Business District said the gesture is however being repeated across all the 16 regions of the country.

“About 500 hampers are expected to be gifted to new born babies and their mothers,” he revealed.

He noted that MTN Ghana has been showing love to babies born on Christmas Day since 2011.

“We have been given 500 hampers each year to babies born on Christmas Day since 2011.Each hamper is worth GHc 300 with body towels, baby clothes, face towels, shampoos, wipes, diapers, washing powder etc,” he explained.

The KATH Nursing Officer, Mrs. Fuseina Haruna thanked MTN for the gesture and called on pregnant women to visit the hospital regularly for check-ups.

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Babies born on Christmas day receive hampers from MTN

245

Leading Communication giant, MTN Ghana has showed love to babies born on Christmas day, 25tth December, 2021.

The new born babies at 3 selected hospitals received 50 hampers.

The hospitals were KATH, Kumasi South and Suntreso all in Kumasi.

Godfred Kwarteng, Fixed Band Services, Northern Business District said the gesture is however being repeated across all the 16 regions of the country.

“About 500 hampers are expected to be gifted to new born babies and their mothers,” he revealed.

He noted that MTN Ghana has been showing love to babies born on Christmas Day since 2011.

“We have been given 500 hampers each year to babies born on Christmas Day since 2011.Each hamper is worth GHc 300 with body towels, baby clothes, face towels, shampoos, wipes, diapers, washing powder etc,” he explained.

The KATH Nursing Officer, Mrs. Fuseina Haruna thanked MTN for the gesture and called on pregnant women to visit the hospital regularly for check-ups.