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Airtel, the Smartphone Network swept four of the biggest accolades at the Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA) held at the plush Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel on Saturday .The highly competitive industry awards, now in its 6 year, recognizes ICT and telecom industry players for their outstanding performance across different categories.ACCRA, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Ghana's National Communications Authority (NCA) regulator granted conditional approval for a merger between the local operations of Millicom's Tigo and Bharti Airtel, a notice to employees of the subsidiaries said.The two networks agreed in March to combine their operations based on equal ownership and governance rights.The award was also in recognition of her selfless dedication to inspire young people to believe in themselves and to fully realise their potentials.Since assuming the role of CEO of Airtel Ghana in May 2014, Lucy Quist has led the transformation of the company and refocused her team on delivering exceptional experiences for customers, delivering world class innovations to enrich customers experience and pursing a differentiated strategy that has positively positioned Airtel Ghana for growth.The company has the industry’ largest number of followers on Facebook with more than 624,000 followers.The company’s recognition also includes the effective use of social media to provide relevant content that inspires and connects with customers and followers, a proactive strategy to engage with customers, respond to queries and customer complaints in a timely manner.

Airtel Ghana’s CEO and reigning CIMG Marketing Woman of the year was also crowned the telecom CEO of the year for her inspirational leadership that has driven Airtel to become Ghana’s fastest growing telecom network.It is the first such joint venture proposed in Ghana's highly competitive telecom sector.Put together, the new entity would become Ghana's second largest mobile operator serving around 10 million subscribers with revenues close to 0 million. J) is leading mobile operator in Ghana, followed by Britain's Vodafone.Others are Globacom of Nigeria and Sudan´s Sudatel Expresso. 14, we received a conditional approval from the National Communications Authority on the planned Tigo Ghana and Airtel Ghana merger," according to a notice to Airtel and Tigo employees seen by Reuters.It did not provide details of the conditions set in the approval but added that further information would be shared once discussion around the approval is closed.I dedicate this also to our cherished customers for choosing us as their network and to my family for their continuous support and encouragement”.

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