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MTN Ghana Worried About Frequent Fiber cuts

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CEO of MTN-Ghana ,Serlom Adadevoh has complained about incessant  fiber  cuts occuring to its cables by private developers and road contractors.

The Chief Executive Officer of the company,  said over 900 of their fibers have been cut within this year.

In the Ashanti region alone, about 423 fiber cuts were recorded last year, according to the Regional Technical Manager for the company, Mr. Dickson Amoung-yam.

Mr. Amoung-yam also indicated that from January to May this year, they have had about 234 fiber cuts in the region, resulting from private developers, and road and drainage construction.

Speaking at the Media and Stakeholders Forum organized by the MTN in Kumasi today, the CEO of the company said the situation has been affecting the networks of their customers.

While calling on the media to support them by letting people understand the need not to cut fibers, Mr. Serlom appealed to the public to desist from fiber cuts when building.

 

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MTN Ghana Worried About Frequent Fiber cuts

138

 

CEO of MTN-Ghana ,Serlom Adadevoh has complained about incessant  fiber  cuts occuring to its cables by private developers and road contractors.

The Chief Executive Officer of the company,  said over 900 of their fibers have been cut within this year.

In the Ashanti region alone, about 423 fiber cuts were recorded last year, according to the Regional Technical Manager for the company, Mr. Dickson Amoung-yam.

Mr. Amoung-yam also indicated that from January to May this year, they have had about 234 fiber cuts in the region, resulting from private developers, and road and drainage construction.

Speaking at the Media and Stakeholders Forum organized by the MTN in Kumasi today, the CEO of the company said the situation has been affecting the networks of their customers.

While calling on the media to support them by letting people understand the need not to cut fibers, Mr. Serlom appealed to the public to desist from fiber cuts when building.