Eugene Nahm, 2nd right making the presentation
SAMSUNG HAS donated 500 units of Galaxy A2 Core handsets to government to be distributed to frontline health workers.
This will help improve communication as well as to monitor the movement of testing and care resources of the Covid-19.
According to the company’s office in Ghana, there was now a stronger need for corporates to respond to the crisis and work with government to help the people of Ghana.
“This is an essential part of Samsung’s strategy to support Ghana on its mission to curb the infection rate and flatten the Covid-19 growth curve.
“As Covid-19 continues to make its way across the country, our thoughts are with the people of Ghana. We are dedicating our resources to help and will continue to work with the government. We also believe that all companies should unite to work together with the country’s leaders and corporates now more than ever, our partner, MTN Ghana, will provide free sim cards with 500mb data every month for six months for the devices we are donating,” said Eugene Nahm, MD Samsung Electronics West Africa, Ghana Branch.
Samsung said it believed in strong collaborations between the government and the private sector and was committed to playing a sustained role in the fight against Covid-19.
Receiving the devices on behalf of the Government of Ghana, Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, commended Samsung and MTN for the support.
The minister said the devices would be used for its intended purpose.
A business desk report