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MTN Group to Invest $215 Million in Benin’s Digital Infrastructure

MTN Group will invest $215 million in Benin’s infrastructure over three years to promote digital advancement and economic growth.

The initiative coincides with the intention of building a cutting-edge office space for its subsidiary, MTN Benin.

The news was the focus of MTN Group’s high-profile visit to Cotonou, where top executives held critical conversations with President Patrice Talon. The attendees were MTN Group President and CEO Ralph Mupita, MTN Benin Chairman Amadou Raimi, Senior Vice President for Markets Ebenezer Asante, MTN Benin CEO Uche Ofodile, and MTN Group Chief Sustainability and Corporate Affairs Officer Nompilo Morafo.

Ralph Mupita underscored MTN’s dedication to increasing efficiency across its markets, stating, “MTN works to be a force for good in our markets, giving Africans hope, dignity, and opportunity.” He also expressed the company’s appreciation for the warm reception in Benin, emphasizing ongoing 5G trials and the vast potential for future developments.

Mupita emphasized MTN’s commitment to supporting the talents and abilities of Beninese youth. The firm is happy to engage with the government and other stakeholders to assist holistic development efforts.

President Talon thanked the delegation and expressed hope for future collaborations, recognizing MTN’s strong commitment. With MTN Benin commemorating its growth and successes over a quarter-century of operations and roughly eight million subscribers, the firm is poised for more cooperation and mutual prosperity.

This accelerates technical innovation and socioeconomic advancement throughout Africa, solidifying its position as a role model for opportunity and empowerment in the continent’s digital sector.

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