Airtel donate chairs to Mangochi Sec School: Opens new shop in Malawi lakeshore district

The people of Mangochi had a double celebration on Thursday when Airtel Malawi opened its new state of the art shop after the company also donated 150 chairs to Mangochi Secondary School in the lakeshore district.


Presenting of the chairs to Mangochi secondary school.-Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
MP Aisha Adams receives a handset gift from Airtel’s Iman-Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Teachers of Mangochi secondary school during the donation...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Teachers of Mangochi secondary school during the donation…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Mangochi secondary school students...Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Mangochi secondary school students…Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Opening the news Mangochi Airtel-shop….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewer

Airtel Malawi Sales Director Elias Imaan explained that as Airtel commemorates the attainment of 3.5 million subscribers on its network in Malawi, it is expanding to reach out to customers far and wide.

He said Airtel being the largest and leading mobile telecommunications operator in Malawi, they would like to provide their customers the needed convenience in as far as accessing their products and services are concerned.

“With the opening of our new shop, you can testify that it’s not just about the quantity of what is on offer in there, but also the quality of the shop.

“We believe our customers deserve the best from us and that is the reason we do not compromise on quality and standards. Attaining customer satisfaction makes us innovative,” said Imaan.

In her remarks, a member of parliamentary committee on media who is also parliamentarian for the area Aisha Adams applauded Airtel Malawi for growing its roots in Mangochi.

“The opening of this shop means that Mangochi is now a perfect home to Airtel. Keep your network growing and thank you for deciding to appreciate the people of Mangochi this way,” said Adams, who was also the guest of honour.

She also expressed hope that the new shop would be an avenue for increased business opportunities as well as boost the tourism industry, which is key to the lakeshore district.

Earlier on, Airtel Malawi also donated 150 chairs to Mangochi Secondary School.

Presenting the chairs, Airtel Malawi Spokesperson Edith Tsilizani said apart from being a business centered brand, they enjoy a profound friendship with the education sector hence the donation to Mangochi Secondary School.

“Throughout our operations, we place education at the core of our corporate social responsibility activities. We are pleased to report here that our partnership with the education sector continues to grow from strength to strength,” she said.

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6 years ago

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6 years ago

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