MTN Ghana has had it’s network gone off in various cities in Ghana, if not the entire country, Asembi.com has noticed.
MTN users in the Eastern Region lost connection around 13:50GMT with no signs of re-connection as at `14:25GMT.
Users in Kumasi say they have network connection with a very weak internet connection.
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