MTN Will Not Relent in Corporate Social Responsibility

MTN Will Not Relent in Corporate Social Responsibility

The General Manager of the Mobile Telephone Network, MTN Cameroon, Karl O. Toriola, has reassured the Cameroonian public that MTN-Cameroon will not relent in its corporate social responsibility to address the pains, concerns and desires of the population.

Speaking in the Likomba Golf Club recently during an MTN sponsored golf tournament, Karl O. Toriola recognised the fact that Cameroonians are a wonderful people full of ambitions and passion for mobile telecommunication. With this in mind, the MTN Cameroon General Manager promised to be there for Cameroonians by making their services more affordable, competitive and of high quality and to be more sensitive and responsive to the market and individual needs.

Talking about the vast nature of the country and the need for improved services, the Toriola hammered on their desire to consistently better their services and spread their actions to touch most of the country which entails quality and quantity.

Projecting into the future, the MTN-Cameroon boss insisted that “we intend to be more aggressive in the market, provide enterprise solutions and technological support to our corporate customers at down-to-earth rates, make internet services part and parcel of our products which can be accessed in handsets and mobile phones, demonstrate our strong desire to be a customer-centered company, ameliorate our day-to-day services and stay in our enviable position of the number one leading mobile network in Cameroon…”.

About MTN-Cameroon, the General Manager was proud to announce that the company is basically run and managed by Cameroonians with only four foreigners. This, to him, is a big show of confidence from the central MTN-Africa body which is ready to give back to the community what is theirs. He hailed the strong working spirit reigning in the MTN-Cameroon house and prophesied a very bright business future for the corporation and a better understanding with its market.