Glo Mobile Ghana, one of the latest entrants in the country�s mobile telecommunications industry, on Tuesday unveiled 17 personalities as ambassadors to promote their brand.
The ambassadors drawn across the music, movie, sports and entertainment sectors is in line with the cellular outfit�s corporate policy of recognising outstanding achievements and encouraging enterprise.
They include Black Stars striker Manuel Junior Agogo, Ayigbe Edem, Nii Addo Quaynor �Tinny�, Amakye Dede, Paapa Yankson, George Kwabena Aidoo (Kwabena Kwabena), Gyedu Blay Ambolley and Jackie Appiah.
Others are Van Vicker, Irene Logan, Nadia Buari, Nana Wiafe Asante Mensah (ASEM), Pat Thomas, Reggie Rockstone, Sherifatu Gunu and Wutah.
At a media briefing, Mr David Naji, National Sales Coordinator of Globacom, the parent company of Glo Mobile Ghana, said the signing of the ambassadors adds up to the company�s objective to roll out excellent and innovative telecommunications services that will transform the telecoms sector.
He urged the ambassadors, made of personalities who have made their mark in their respective fields, to continue to be positive role models and good ambassadors of the iconic Glo brand wherever they go in the world.
He emphasized Glo Mobile Ghana�s commitment to encouraging best talents in the entertainment, music and sports industries, while urging the younger ones on in their quest to succeed to the level of their mentors.
Mr Naji announced that the signing�on of the ambassadors forms part of the countdown to the launch of Glo Mobile Ghana operations in the country.
He added that 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 land in Accra.
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