MTN voted Rwanda’s most respected company

For the second year in succession, MTN Rwanda has been voted by East African CEO’s as Rwanda’s most respected company in the 10th edition of the PricewaterhouseCoopers East Africa’s most respected companies awards that were held in Nairobi, Kenya on Saturday November 21, 2009.

For the second year in succession, MTN Rwanda has been voted by East African CEO’s as Rwanda’s most respected company in the 10th edition of the PricewaterhouseCoopers East Africa’s most respected companies awards that were held in Nairobi, Kenya on Saturday November 21, 2009.

The event’s survey is carried out annually and still remains the only survey in the region where winners are nominated by their peers.

This year, the peers were looking for leadership both in the marketplace and in the way companies are run internally.

The aim of the survey is primarily about respect, and also seeks the outlook of CEOs on issues that are topical and relevant to business growth and our economies.

The telecom’s CEO, Khaled Mikkawi said: “This is very humbling and challenging, we are overwhelmed by the generosity of all those who nominated MTN and we are challenged to continuously live the values and the business principles that are building MTN into one of the leading telecommunication companies in the world.”

This year’s survey which was under the theme of “Rethinking and Reshaping the New Normal.” was conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Nation Media Group and it was carried out in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda.

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