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Ghanaians protest against noisy mobile phone mast generators

Tuesday 3 September 2013 | 12:19 CET | News
Police have been deployed to the Ghanaian city of Tamale after residents threatened to destroy mobile telephony masts, ITWeb reported. They described the structures as a 'nuisance', with the biggest concern being the noise emitted by generators powering the masts. Some residents have threatened to burn down the masts belonging to Vodafone, Tigo, Airtel and Glo. One resident, Abdul Karim said instead of going through the proper procedures at the Volta River Authority, operators have resorted to using generators which makes a lot of noise, thereby affecting people's ability to sleep at night.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel Ghana / Glo Ghana / Tigo Ghana / Vodafone Ghana
Countries: Ghana
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