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Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications starts campaign to curb fibre cuts

Monday 15 July 2019 | 13:03 CET | News
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The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has begun a public education campaign in four regions where cable thefts, cuts and damage are rampant. Head of Research and Communication at the Chamber, Derek Laryea, said the campaign seeks to bring together stakeholders from the road agencies, road contractors, utility service providers, local government, regulators and others.

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