Lonestar Cell MTN, considering itself as a good corporate entity has presented 75 brand new Luggage Trolleys to the Management of the Roberts International Airport for the convenience of travelers.
According to the Chief Marketing Officer, Clement Ofori Asante, the donation was in consonance with the partnership between Lonestar Cell MTN and the Government of Liberia through the Roberts International Airport.
He said Lonestar MTN was of the belief that at this particular time when there is an increase in the number of travelers and other guests, especially at the time of the Inauguration of President Sirleaf, the donation was important.
“We want to be able to assist the airport and make the experience of our international guests and returning Liberians stress-free,” he noted.
It can be recalled that Lonestar Cell MTN recently partnered with the Government of Liberia, through the Governance Commission and Salala District in Bong County, providing electricity to the Administrative Compound in which hosted the launch of the Decentralization Policy of Liberia by H. E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on January 5.
“Some of the marks of a good Corporate entity are to support and collaborate with the government to help make the country better. “Lonestar Cell MTN believes in the vision and the processes adopted by the government of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf which continues to see growth and development in all sectors of the national sphere,” the Lonestar MTN Marketing chief, saying the Aviation sector was no exception.
“The Authority that regulates the safety of air traffic and seeks to make our various airports – domestic and international better is no doubt doing a fantastic job since the last 6 years,” he added.
Clement Ofori Asante said rebuilding Liberia’s damaged airports, as well as elevating them to international standards has been challenging, yet steady and gradually achievable.
The Roberts International Airport, Liberia’s premier international airport has occasioned changes and transformation within the last few years, placing Liberia within the comity of aviation nations with increased air traffic. He urged that Improving Roberts International Airport should be the concern of not just the government, but every good corporate citizen.