Kwame Osafo Amoah presenting the equipment to Nab Akanfella Akanjenya (in smock) at the Kanjarga Community ICT Training Centre
Airtel Ghana has provided Information Communication Technology (ICT) equipment to the Kanjarga community in the Builsa South District of the Upper East Region to improve ICT skills of the inhabitants.
The donation, undertaken through Airtel’s Touching Lives, was in fulfillment of Airtel Ghana’s commitment to the community after its centre was nominated to benefit from the programme.
Items presented to the Kanjarga ICT Community Centre included computers, public address system, audio-visual equipment (projector and screen), multi-purpose printer, routers and books to facilitate and improve ICT skills of the youth in the community.
Receiving the items on behalf of the community, Chief of Kanjarga, Nab Akanfella Akanjenya, expressed his gratitude to Airtel for fulfilling its promise to the community.
“We are very much grateful to Airtel with this presentation. This is a true reflection of how responsible you are to deliver on your promises.
“This will help the youth in this community to gain knowledge in ICT, which we didn’t have access to,” he said.
Kwame Osafo-Amoah, Northern Ghana Zonal Business Manager Airtel Ghana, during the presentation of the items to the community, stated that “at Airtel, we believe in empowering people and creating positive impact in our communities by recognizing and rewarding people who have worked selflessly to make an impact in their communities.
“We will continue to fulfill our social mandate to help individuals and communities to continue with their efforts to create a better world for themselves and others.”
By Jamila Akweley Okertchiri