‘Chop Chop’At Glo…Top Executive Member Cited

Following our publication on Nigeria’s telecommunication giant, Globacom on the closure of their MAJOR SALES POINTS across the country, a back staffer of the Company has divulged under very strict conditions of anonymity that Glo is struggling to stay in business.

Reliable information detailed a crisis meeting held last week among the top brass of Glo Ghana to marshal and find ways to reposition and redeem the recent messy media of Glo as a result of under- performance coupled with intermittent network failures and other internal issues.

The grapevine source further blamed the top management for their woes and abysmal performance on the Ghanaian telecom market.

Attempts to reach the PRO for Glo Ekow Quarcoo, proved abortive as his handset was unreacheable.

According to the source, an ex-officio staff (name withheld) left huge sums of debt at the company as a result of bad business practices he introduced and since he unilaterally allowed distributors to trade beyond their trade limit and bank guarantees.

“His debts which has been passed on to the present executives is affecting the business operations and productivity,” the source pointed out.

Meanwhile this paper can authoritatively confirm that remittances meant for float and sales activities are purportedly slashed down and pocketed by the current sales manager at the expense of the business.

These practices, among others have taken a toll on the company’s survival in Ghana.

The issue of inadequate funds have also affected productivity and efficiency.

Glo is the sixth entrant to the Ghanaian telecom market.


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