|Yolanda Cuba, CEO|
|Revenue||US$ 1.2 billion (2006)|
Number of employees
On 3 August 2008 it was announced that Vodafone had agreed to acquire 70% of Ghana Telecom from the Ghanaian government at a cost of US$900 million and a total enterprise value of approximately US$1.3 billion. After the transaction closed, Vodafone had a 70% stake in the company, while the Ghanaian government retained a 30% stake. The sale was supported by president John Agyekum Kufuor but strongly opposed by the opposition party which would win the presidential elections a few months later. The new president John Atta Mills, head of the National Democratic Congress party (NDC) also launched an investigation into the deal after being elected president a claiming that the government "did not get value for money". Despite these claims Vodafone a few months later would write down the value of its stake in Ghana Telecom by £250m as the economic climate worsened, damaging the business's prospects.
On 16 April 2009, the company was rebranded as Vodafone Ghana.
As of 2015 Vodafone Ghana is the country's second largest operator with a market share for December 2015 was 21.74% and 18.39% of data behind African communications giant MTN Group.
- Philanthropic and Health Support Institution, awarded at the 2017 People's Choice Practitioners Honours organised by Media Men Ghana.
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