Vodafone Ghana has hosted an exclusive and spectacular event dubbed the Vodafone Platinum Night to celebrate its customers and stakeholders while gracefully ushering them into the Christmas festivities.
The technology communications company’s numerous stakeholders, partners and customers were recognised for their unwavering support and contributions over the years.
Speaking at the event, Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana, Patricia Obo-Nai, said:
"The past two years have been eventful for Vodafone Ghana; my team and I have had to adapt in unconventional ways with no playbook to learn from. In the process, we have learnt to innovate with the little we have and work in more collaborative ways. What is more fulfilling for me is the impact we have been able to make on lives, including the unborn, the tangible relief we have brought to Ghanaians, especially at the peak of the pandemic, and also the future we are creating for our youth by enabling them to become more digitally equipped."
Patricia further commended the government and all stakeholders for their immense contributions to the growth of Vodafone Ghana in the last few years.
''We have accomplished a great deal because of our valued customers, our partners, and our stakeholders. We want to say a big thank you to the government of Ghana and our shareholders. You have always been willing and ready to help us. We will continue to partner with you to address the country’s social and developmental needs whilst building a company we can all be proud of. To our customers, vendors, distributors, and all partners, I say ‘Thank you’, "she added.
The event brought together a host of dignitaries, including the Minister for Finance, Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta, who thanked Vodafone Ghana for its continued support.
"Thank you very much for this opportunity and for pushing the government to do what is right. I am very confident that these kinds of conversations will lead us to the prosperity that we all look forward to, " he said.