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MTN to assist UNILAG with more projects — and better network service

MTN to assist UNILAG with more projects — and better network service
February 17
13:41 2017
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MTN Nigeria has promised to work with the University of Lagos to deliver on “developmental projects” as well as improve its network on campus.

Muhammad Zia Siddiqui, the MTN COO, had led other to pay a courtesy visit to the vice-chancellor of the University of Lagos, Rahamon Bello, a professor, on Wednesday.

Bello asked MTN to support the infrastructural development of the university as well as improve network coverage on campus.

Siddiqui noted that apart from the fully equipped e-library which the MTN Foundation donated to the university, UNILAG students have been beneficiaries of the MTN Foundation’s science and technology scholarship scheme.

Zia with Prof. Bello

Siddiqui with Bello 

He promised that the telecom giant would work with the leadership of the university to support more developmental projects.

MTN will roll out more network infrastructure on the campus to improve network coverage, he added.

In the MTN team were other executives such as the chief enterprise business officer, Lynda Saint-Nwafor; customer relations executive, Ugonwa Nwoye; and others had a FOCUS session with the students.

The management had a first-hand feedback on their interactions with MTN products and services to determine the best suited products and identify areas for improvement among others, according to a press statement from the company.

Many students went home with gifts from MTN like phones, free data bundles, free airtime, and fans.

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