Samuel Koranteng, Chief Corporate Services Officer of MTN, Kwabena Yeboah President of SWAG, Efua Falconer, Corporate Communications Manager of MTN and Executives of SWAG

MTN Ghana, in partnership with the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG), has officially launched the 46th edition of the SWAG Awards.

The 2021 SWAG Awards is set to be held on December 17, at the Accra International Conference Center.

MTN Ghana also used the occasion to announce a sponsorship package of ¢50,000 some souvenirs and airtime towards the  SWAG Awards.

The 46th MTN SWAG Awards was officially unveiled at a press conference held at MTN House in Accra.

Speaking at the launch, the Chief Corporate Services Officer of MTN Ghana, Samuel Koranteng, said, “the decision to support the SWAG awards stems out of the MTN’s strong commitment to the development of sportsmen and women as well as sports in general”.

46th edition of MTN SWAG Awards launched in Accra
The Chief Corporate Services Officer of MTN Ghana, Samuel Koranteng presenting a cheque to the Kwabena Yeboah, President of SWAG

“We are proud to be sponsoring a long-standing event that honours those who embody and have demonstrated extraordinary strength and resilience in their sporting endeavours”, he added.

The President of SWAG, Mr Kwabena Yeboah, expressed gratitude to MTN Ghana for their unflinching support for the past decade.

He said, “The partnership has gone a long to strengthen the SWAG Awards and enhanced its sustainability”.

MTN Ghana remains committed to the development of sports in Ghana. Accordingly, over the years, the company has committed resources towards the sponsorship of different sporting disciplines.

MTN’s support to sports development is not restricted only to sporting activities but also to sports journalists.

MTN Ghana has been a major sponsor of the annual SWAG Awards for over 10 years and the headline sponsor of the awards for 2021



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