Kribi, Maroua, Kousséri, Buea, Bamenda, Bertoua, Douala, Yaounde…in all the regions of the country, MTNers once more massively showcased their solidarity with the communities. Resolutely engaged to empower the youths and democratize the new digital world, they did not spare any physical, material or financial effort to assist people of all walks of life.
Fetching of water, sweeping and shampooing of the floor, cleaning of walls, brushing of pavements, clearing of grass with cutlasses and mowers, My 21 Days MoMo followers with Women’s Associations, commercial motorbike riders, in markets, neighbourhoods…, everyone chose their activity, joined a team and in their respective regions, invested for the welfare of communities. At the Faculty of Industrial Engineering of the University of Douala and Advanced School of Posts and Telecommunications, there was the need to clean the exterior and interior of these establishments in order to prepare the installation of equipment MTN will offer them. MTN Cameroon’s CEO, Saim Yaksan, answered present to the call in Douala, and in a relaxed mood alongside employees, contributed to accomplish the tasks planned.
MTNers have once more proven that, Y’ello Care is in their DNA as testified by their joy and determination to cater for the population. Until 21 June, employees will continue to speak with their hearts and do what they do best: Care for their communities!