February 14 was celebrated differently at Tigo this year as over 200 employees showed up in locations across the country to spend time with students at the Akropong School for the Blind and The Dzorwulu Special School; inmates of the Kumasi Prison; the Ghana Blind People’s Union; the Weija Leprosarium and the Maternity units of the Effia-Nkwanta and Komfo Anokye Hospitals.

Tigo donated cash, assorted food items, toiletries and toys to the institutions and the people they serve.

It was a fun day as artistes, Mz.Vee, Kwaw Kesse, Kweci Oteng, Root Eye and TV host DKB ensured everyone was thoroughly entertained. There was a lot to eat, drink and dance to.

Deborah AKAKPO CSR Manager donating to the Weija Leprosarium Head of Corporate Communications for Tigo Ghana, Gifty Bingley, Speaking on reasons for supporting TV3 blood donation Head of customer operations Steven Essien presenting items to the Dworwulu special school Head of marketing at tigo  with Kwaw presenting items to tthe kumasi central prisons Head of Marketing for tigo Ghana Jesse Agyepong with Kwaw Kesse donating items to KATH HR Controller, Tigo Ghana, Donating to Akropong School for the Blind Mzvee entertaining pupils of dworwulu special school with her tunes Qweci Oteng Feeding a pupil of the Akropong School for the Blind Staff of Tigo serving puplis of the AKropong School for the Blind Tigo Digital Change Leaders at TV3 blood donation on Valentine's Day

Tigo also partnered with TV3 to host a Blood donation drive and several of the company’s Change Leaders joined other donors to support the Korle Bu blood bank.

For Tigo, it was important to spend a day like February 14 with the people who most need love and support and the selection of beneficiaries was a deliberate one.

“Giving back to the society in which we operate is not just a moral responsibility, it’s a business imperative and Tigo recognizes this”, the company stated.

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