Thursday, September 3, 2009

Globacom Unveils Ambassadors

Glo Mobile Ghana Limited, a Telecommunication company that is yet to start operations in the country, has unveiled 17 personalities as Ambassadors to promote its brand.

The Ambassadors, who were drawn from the music, movie, sports and entertainment industries, were selected in line with the company's corporate policy of recognizing outstanding achievements and encouraging talents. David Maji, National Sales Coordinator of Globacom, told the press in Accra on Tuesday that the unveiling of the 17 Ambassadors was in line with Globacom's vowed objective of rolling out excellent and innovative communications services which will have a positive impact on ordinary Ghanaians.

“As our selection cuts across the music, movie, sports and entertainment sectors, so will Glo's operations touch every sphere of life in Ghana, especially the lives of ordinary citizens who will make up the majority of our subscribers,” Mr. Maji noted. He assured that his outfit will not spare any resources in encouraging the best talents in the entertainment, music and sports industries, while urging the younger ones to develop their talents.
Mr. Maji announced that the signing of the Ambassadors formed part of the countdown to the launch of the company's operations in the country. He said: “Within the next couple of days, the Glo-1 submarine cable, which will carry data and internet traffic between West Africa and the rest of the World, will arrive in Accra.”

The 17 Ambassadors include :

Nii Addo Quaynor (Tinny)

striker Manuel Junior Agogo

Nadia Buari

Van Vicker

Irene Logan

Ayigbe Edem, Amakye Dede, Paapa Yankson, George Kwabena Aidoo (Kwabena Kwabena), Gyedu Blay Ambolley and . Others are Nana Wiafe Asante Mensah (Asem), Pat Thomas, Reggie Rockstone, Sherifatu Gunu and Wutah.


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