CEO of MTN Ghana Quits Using MTN | Ports Number to a Different Network Out of Service Frustration
Ghana – a country I love so much yet nothing seems to be working better for the benefit of its citizens. From head to toe, everything is totally messed up.
Business entities, due to the vulnerability of Ghanaians, are taking people for a ride. Day in and day out, they seek for the selfish interests of their businesses at the peril of susceptible individuals.
One sector that cares less about the welfare of Ghanaians is the telecommunication sector. With over 6 telecommunication networks in the country, I cannot boast of a single one that has been able to satisfy the needs of its subscribers.
With approximately 14,886,291 subscribers, MTN is the Most Terrible Network I’ve ever come across in Ghana, just as its name suggests.
The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Mr Ebenezer Asante, may go down in history as the most traitorous CEO of our time – turning his back against his own organization.
ScrewLife.Com’s inside source at the company told us how Mr Asante kept complaining about the poor network services of MTN.
“The CEO always whines about the downsides of MTN and how they continuously steal his call credit and browsing data. I remember he once told me he recharged GH₵ 3,500 worth of airtime. Before he could say jack, his people had done their usual thing already – they had stolen the airtime. He therefore decided to call the customer care and complain what had happened to him. For over 5 hours that he stayed on the line, none of the customer service personnel answered his call. This really angered him,” our source disclosed.
This morning, we spotted Mr Asante in a very long queue at Madina. His mission? He was there to port his number to Expresso because he couldn’t stand the frustration MTN was giving him.
Even though we overheard the lady at the front desk tell him how Expresso was on the verge of collapsing, the CEO was quick to reply: “I already know. They say a live dog is better than a dead lion but in this case, a dying dog is far better than a live lion. It’s better to stay loyal to a collapsing service provider that won’t frustrate your life than commit yourself to the one that will kill you emotionally. My mind is already made up. If this is how Ghanaians on this network are suffering, then I really feel for them.”
When ScrewLife.Com caught up with Mr Asante, he said he would be starting a campaign in January next year, dubbed #OPERATION IMPROVE YOUR NETWORK.
He therefore called on all Ghanaians who are being frustrated by the service provider to consider porting to different networks – preferably Expresso since they’ve promised to make him the brand ambassador.