MTN Rwanda has unveiled that it has since 2010 through MTN Foundation donated Rwf 700 million to support various projects in education, health, environment and businesses.
This was revealed yesterday during a press conference where MTN Rwanda officials narrated their achievements and future plans.
“You have heard MTN donations of computers to schools, water reservoirs to citizens among others,” said MTN’s Sponsorship and Promotional Coordinator Alain Numa.
He explained that MTN donated at least Rwf 100 million each year since 2010.
MTN Rwanda chief executive, Bart Hofker explained the five pillars upon which MTN is founded mainly based on maintaining trust among clients, preservation of achievements, keeping the lead in telecommunication services in Rwanda, building for the future and offering good services.
He lauded Rwanda leadership for fast-tracking development after experiencing dark history in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.
“Rwanda has made remarkable progress. It is committed to the future, and has a vision to achieve. Mobile phone telecommunications will play a role in that drive,” he said.
Bart explained that MTN will keep providing job opportunities to Rwandans and ensuring that every woman accesses technology.
MTN promised to continue delivering fast and efficient telecommunication services to clients including calls services.