Accra, Oct 24, GNA – Mobile network operators Vodafone and Scancom Limited have been adjudged the fifth and sixth most respected companies in Ghana for 2012.
Mr. Michael Ikpoki, CEO of Scancom which owns MTN in Ghana was also voted the 10th most respected CEO for 2012.
A statement from the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications said the two companies were named at an awards ceremony held at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra over the weekend.
The most respected CEOs award was based on a survey of over 200 CEOs. They review their peers and choose the companies and CEOs they most respect and assign reasons for their selections.
This year’s edition, under the theme: “Growing the leadership and talent pipeline,” was jointly organized by PricewaterhouseCoopers and Business and Financial Times.
The objective of this year’s awards, the statement said was to crystallize how industry had grown leadership and talent over the years.
Kwaku Sakyi-Addo, CEO of the Telecoms Chamber said: “I wish to congratulate Michael personally as the 10th Most Respected CEO of MTN Ghana, and both the Vodafone and MTN teams on your respective honours as the 5th and 6th Most Respected Companies of 2012.
“I trust that in the coming year more of our members and captains of our industry can make the list as well.”