Ghana faces a ton of difficulties in tech and in view of this; there has been a drive to cater for these issues. However, it’s either these thoughts are not very much sustained or don’t have the aggressive desire over the ones available on the market which are not custom-made towards our neighborhood needs. Regardless of whether the ideas survive these tests, developers sometimes lack the financial strength to pull their ideas through to completion.
Thinking about this, take note of that these applications must be supported and brought out of the dim into the light; our issues require arrangements as well. So as one of the real strides in guaranteeing that applications that unravel appropriate issues in the nation are given the required use, the MTN App challenge was presented and it has been running every year for a long time now.On Wednesday, June 27, 2018, the MTN App Challenge V 5.0 reached an end with a bright occasion at the MTN media focus in Accra.

On the night, MTN granted all application designers who exceeded expectations with their works and for taking part in the Challenge.Talking at the occasion as the Special Guest, Farida Bedwei, prestigious Ghanaian developer said: “Forthcoming business visionaries and pacesetters should center around tackling issues, and the cash will easily fall into place.”A considerable number of Ghana Cedis in real money was gifted to victors. Here’s a full rundown of the victors:

Senior High School second sprinter up: Keta Senior High Schoolfirst sprinter up: Edinaman Senior High

 

SchoolChamp: Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School Others Instruction Memoria – Way of life Sario AppVenture Category – TransGovAmusements and Entertainment – AtsuBest female task – Kaya AppWeb of Things (IoT) – Traffic Smart Control SystemAnimated Video-Man Must ChopGeneral champ – Man must Chop

 

The champ, Razahk Issaka, maker of “Man Must Chop” walked away with GHS 200,000 as the grand prize.

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