Babies born on December 25 in some Government hospitals across the Ashanti regional capital received hampers from MTN on Boxing Day.
In all 30 hampers were given to mothers of the new born babies to welcome them into the world on such a great day.
The hospitals where the hampers were given include KNUST hospital and Ejisu Government hospital.
Mothers and midwives could not hide their joy at the pleasant surprise pulled on them by some staff and management members of the leading communication company in Ghana.
One after the other, the mothers prayed for God's blessings on MTN and wished they could give birth on December 25 each year to receive a 'big and beautiful hamper'.
Manager in charge of Mobile Money Implementation, Northern Sector Mr. Stephen Asare said the annual ritual is part of several benevolent acts to make the life of their customers brighter.
"We decided that as we enjoy ourselves during the Christmas, we would also give these mothers and their new born babes a reason to smile, which is synonymous to our brand" He noted cheerfully.
Mr. Asare said the benevolent act was being replicated in all Government hospitals in all regional capitals across the country.
The Midwifery Officer at the Ejisu Government hospital Enerstina Sarfo asked for the God's blessings upon MTN on behalf of the mothers and their babies.
Expressing her gratitude to MTN she said 'even this maternity block was built by MTN for us about five years ago so am not too surprised that they have come with another surprise today'.
One of the mothers who could not hide her joy and offered herself to thank MTN on bald of the mothers and new born babies at the Ejisu hospital prayed for more blessings upon MTN.
She said 'we knew of the joy in giving birth on December 25, but what MTN has done has really intensified the joy in our hearts.
Ourselves and our babies will forever be grateful to MTN and hooked to their services without turning back'.