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MTN customers thrilled at exclusive pre-screening of Black Panther movie

Customers of Ghana’s leading telecommunications company MTN Ghana have given refreshing remarks after enjoying an exclusive pre-screening of the movie Black Panther at the Accra mall.

The exclusive pre-screening opportunity was organised by Ghana’s MTN Ghana, in partnership with the Silverbird cinemas.

It was part of the comapny's MTN Movie Mania, which is in its sixth year.

Selected subscribers of MTN who made it to the pre-screening were fascinated as the much-anticipated Afro-superhero film commenced.

Those who made it to the pre-screening were fascinated as the much-anticipated Afro-superhero film commenced.

“Sometimes you need the adrenalin rush and action such as what the Black Panther movie brings to see the brighter side of life” – said a movie lover, Audrey as she walked out of the Silverbird Cinemas at the Accra mall.

Another excited customer said:“The movie has everything that makes a great movie – action, suspense, excitement, breathtaking scenes and exciting music score. On top of all these, I could relate to the movie because of its Afro-centricity.

"I can’t wait for the next Oscars to see how many awards the movie gets”,he added.

Other patrons expressed their gratitude to MTN for making them feel very special with the prescreening.

“At MTN we go the extra mile to delight our customers with the best of experiences," said Nana Asantewaa Amegashie,the Senior Manager for Consumer Marketing for MTN.

"We are proud to be the first in the industry to organize a prescreening of a blockbuster movie that is yet to be premiered globally.

This puts another feather in our cap as leaders in the telecoms market. “We are looking forward to providing many more of such experiences to our customers.

Now in its sixth year, MTN Ghana introduced Movie Mania to provide MTN customers the benefits of a relaxed ambience to watch movies. It also helps in getting MTN closer to its customers.

Source: Ghana Guardian

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