MTN Ghana’ Covid-19 initiative recognized at Procurement Awards

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MTN Ghana has been recognized for its sterling performance in procurement and supply chain management services at the 3rd Africa Procurement and Supply Chain Awards.

The award comes on the back of a strong performance in a year that has seen major challenges in all spheres of life due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MTN Ghana received awards in the following categories.

  • Excellence in Procurement and Supply Chain – Telecom
  • Sourcing and Procurement Initiatives of the Year (Gold)
  • Procurement and Supply Chain Team of the year (Gold)
  • Best response to Procurement and Supply Chain Resilience in COVID (Bronze)

Janet Quashie, Senior Manager, Branch Network Services receiving Best response to Procurement and Supply Chain Resilience in COVID Award

At the event, MTN Ghana came up tops in the coveted Excellence in Procurement and Supply Chain – Telecom and Procurement and Supply Chain Team of the Year (Gold) category, for the third consecutive time.

In addition, the General Manager for Supply Chain Management and General Services at MTN Ghana, Mr. Patrick Afari was adjudged Supply Chain Industry Personality of the Year.

Patrick Afari, General Manager for Supply Chain Management and General Services adjudged Industry Personality of the Year

Again, Mr. Adeola Oduntan of MTN Nigeria was adjudged Supply Chain Professional of the Year and MTN Nigeria won Excellence in Telecom /IT at the Africa level.

Patrick Afari expressed appreciation to the organizers and pledged MTN’s commitment to employing best practices in delivering on its mandate in Procurement and Supply Chain.

He dedicated the awards to the Procurement and Supply Chain Team in MTN, Distributors, Retailers, Suppliers and Customers.

Commenting on the Awards, the Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Selorm Adadevoh said these awards are timely. As MTN Ghana is celebrating 25 years of its operations in Ghana, it is a story telling time for us, our stakeholders and our beneficiaries of our impactful operations over the two half decades of operations in the Ghanaian telecommunication industry.

“These awards are a testament and a confirmation of MTN’s commitment to employing best practices in its operations and more importantly, brightening many more lives. Kudos to the Procurement and Supply Chain Team for their commitment and resilience to work,” the CEO said.

Eugenia Lamptey, Manager Sourcing and Supply Chain Management receiving Sourcing and Procurement Initiatives of the Year, Gold Award

Selorm Adadevoh also congratulated Patrick Afari, Adeola Oduntan and the entire MTN Nigeria team for picking top awards on the night.

The 3rd Africa Procurement and Supply Chain Awards, organized by Instinct Business, seeks to recognize and promote innovations, ethics, excellence and adoption of technology advancement in the industry despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Procurement and Supply Chain Awards has been rebranded. At its inception in 2018, the awards scheme was named Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards, but now it is Africa Procurement and Supply Chain Awards.

MTN Ghana has eight awards to its credit from 2018 to 2020.

MTN Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Team Adjudged Team of the Year, Gold category

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