MTN Ghana has unveiled a new mobile app called the MTN Heritage App. But what’s the real use of this new app from the telecom giant? Well, the Senior Manager of General Trade overseeing the South East of Ghana for MTN Ghana, Peter Bimpeh, has called on Ghanaians to use the company’s new app to let the rest of the world know the rich culture of Ghana.
The app is a knowledge gathering application by the company. It is used to share and showcase information on Ghana and its culture. The Senior Manager Bimpeh while launching the MTN Heritage app, remarked that the country was has a lot of rich cultures, and these are usually displayed during the celebration of traditional festivals. Thus, he has invited all Ghanaians, especially the youth, to join the MTN Heritage app train and share short videos and photos of traditional drumming and dancing and other cultural performances during festival celebrations.
The use of the app is not limited to only sharing videos and photos from traditional festivals. Any other material on the cultural heritage of Ghana can also be shared via the app as a way of promotion and preserving them.
The app and its use were revealed when a team from the Volta Regional and Head Offices of MTN Ghana visited the chief of Anloga, Torgbui Sri III. The team was led by the chief executive officer of the company, Selorm Adadevoh.
The CEO and his team, aside revealing the MTN heritage app, also made a donation. They presented GHS 20,000 each to the Awoamefia Educational Fund and the Hogbetsotsoza Planning Committee as support to the Anlo State and the 2019 Hogbetsotsoza. The Senior Manager Peter Bimpeh assured that MTN Ghana was committed to people and will be supportive of their activities in any way possible.