The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Selorm Adadevoh has been adjudged the Telecoms CEO of the Year at the just ended Ghana Information Technology and Telecommunication Awards (GITTA).
The award is in recognition of Selorm’s sterling leadership at the helm of MTN Ghana over the past year, which has translated into significant business growth on all fronts.
Organised under the theme, “Celebrating Innovation and Excellence in the ICT Sector”, the GITTA Awards attracted key personalities and institutions in the Information Communication and Telecommunication sector.
Commenting on the award Selorm Adadevoh said, “I am honoured and humbled by the recognition. Special thanks to the team at MTN Ghana for all the support and team spirit. It has been barely a year at the helm of affairs at MTN Ghana and there has been many milestones and achievements. Well done to all MTNers.
The Group CEO of MTN Ghana Rob Shuter was also recognised as the African CEO of the Year at the same event. In addition, MTN Ghana received 9 other awards in various categories at the same event, the awards were;
· Sustainability and social impact
· Customer Experience Award
· Mobile Money Provider of the Year
· Mobile Operator of the Year
· Telecom Brand of the Year
· African Telecom Company of the Year
· IT Team of the Year
· Customer Service Team of the Year
· Mobile Money Team of the Year
Now in its 9th year, the Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards is the most prestigious award program in the industry. GITTA recognises innovation and excellence in the Ghana ICT sector.
The GITTA Awards is organized by Instinct Wave to recognize institutions and personalities that have embraced digitization and introduced innovation designed to make delivery of services more efficient.
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