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Scancom Plc, more commonly known as MTN Ghana, is a public limited liability company first incorporated in Ghana in April 1994 and licensed by the NCA as a mobile telecommunications services operator. In November 1994, MTN (then using the trade name “Spacefon”) launched its GSM mobile cellular services with initial coverage in Accra and Tema. Coverage was expanded to Kumasi and Obuasi in 1997, and to Takoradi, Bibiani, Tarkwa and Cape Coast in 1999. Since then, MTN has built a robust customer base in Ghana, increasing its subscribers from 2.5 million in 2006 to nearly 18 million as at December 2017. MTN Ghana's main revenue lines are airtime and subscription, interconnect and roaming, SMS, data, handset and accessories, mobile money, and value added services. Data and mobile money are expected to be the dominant drivers of revenue due to increased internet use and reliance on mobile money for payments.

MTNGH0.72 ▴ 0.02 (2.86%)
Last Trading ResultsGrowth & Valuation
Opening Price:0.70Earnings Per Share:0.0702
Day's Low Price:--Price/Earning Ratio:10.25
Day's High Price:--Dividend Per Share:0.00
Traded Volume:13,100Dividend Yield:0%
Number of Deals:--Shares Outstanding:12.29b
Value/Turnover:9,381.00Market Capitalization:8.85b
Monetary values are quoted in Ghana Cedi (GHS) unless otherwise stated

MTNGH Stock Market Performance


The stock of MTN Ghana (MTNGH) is currently trading at 0.72 GHS per share on the Ghana Stock Exchange. MTNGH began the year with a share price of 0.79 GHS but has since lost 8.86% off that price valuation, ranking it 28th on the GSE in terms of year-to-date performance. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of MTN Ghana on the Ghana Stock Exchange.


Profile of Scancom Plc

Below is an abridged, consolidated report of the latest annual financial statements for Scancom Plc. The company’s financial year runs from January 1 to December 31. The reporting currency for the monetary data presented herein is the Ghana Cedi (GHS). All amounts are expressed in millions with the exception of per share items.

Income Statement
Total Revenue3,419.752,773.222,315.671,993.411,752.61
Cost of Revenue-1,185.20-931.85-960.43-763.45-599.16
Gross Profit2,234.551,841.371,355.241,229.961,153.45
Operating Expense-902.33-708.34-414.65-404.50-496.20
Other Op. Income-341.23-258.37-282.62-279.52-149.43
Non-Operating Income-21.96-54.19-34.97-37.11-9.84
Income Tax-254.27-277.95-192.21-152.20-136.59
Net Income714.77542.51430.79356.62361.38
Balance Sheet
Total Assets3,448.452,756.202,323.802,116.361,855.01
Total Liabilities1,579.811,132.331,135.441,083.79928.07
Total Equity1,868.641,623.871,188.361,032.57926.95
Equity & Liabilities3,448.452,756.202,323.802,116.361,855.01
Cash Flow Statement
Operating Activities391.32859.69437.83254.37296.32
Investing Activities-512.80-862.72-508.76-318.83-346.17
Financing Activities185.93-132.6086.04-7.74105.72
Net Cash Flow64.44-135.6315.11-72.2055.87
Cash & Cash Equiv.196.73151.67284.28242.43291.12

Scancom Plc operates in the Telecommunications sector, specifically, the Mobile Telecommunications industry. The company is led by Ebenezer Twum Asante (51) as its Chief Executive Officer, since 2015. The company's board of directors, chaired by Ishmael Yamson (76), is composed of eight members whose names are listed below.

  1. Yamson, Ishmael
  2. Asante, Ebenezer Twum
    Chief Executive Officer
  3. Kadri, Modupe Agbolade
    Chief Financial Officer
  4. Abeasi, Kwasi
    Non-Executive Director
  5. Perumal, Sugentharen
    Non-Executive Director
  6. Mupita, Ralph
    Non-Executive Director
  7. Jakoet, Fatima
    Non-Executive Director
  8. Pomes, Albert Fernandez
    Non-Executive Director
Factsheet of Scancom Plc
Mobile Telecommunications
MTN House, Independence Avenue, West Ridge, Accra, Ghana
+233-24-430-0000, +233-24-100-62279

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Comments (49)

  1. SarfoSarfo
    Feb 20, 2019 21:06 GMT

    Hasn't the mobile money trading of MTN share started? If not, when since we will soon be entering March!!!

    1. SarfoSarfo
      Feb 28, 2019 21:02 GMT

      Anyone, please when will trading of mtn shares with mobile money be activated? We are just 3 days away from entering march and still can't trade!!

  2. Ibrahim AbubakarIbrahim Abubakar
    Jan 28, 2019 12:43 GMT

    Mtn shares keeps on decreasing. Please is there any reason

    1. MabelMabel
      Mar 9, 2019 23:53 GMT

      MTN's IPO price was 75p just about 6 months ago. Then they say they've grown the business by over 20%, digital revenue over 25%, data revenue over 30% but THEY PAY DIVIDEND OF ONLY 2 PESEWAS!!! What kind of scam life is this??

  3. KelvinKelvin
    Jun 7, 2019 06:10 GMT

    When are we getting our dividends and shares back. Hmm I hope this won't be like menzgold

    1. RexfordRexford
      Jun 19, 2019 14:49 GMT

      You need to contact your broker coz some of us are chopping dividends in our account

  4. LamisahLamisah
    May 16, 2019 10:45 GMT

    A want to buy shares at uber can someone help me ? Plus contact via or winnebariankg@Gmail.Com

  5. KwakuKwaku
    Nov 22, 2018 18:45 GMT

    so what's driving down the MTNgh share price? whats the outlook like by end of the year? should we sell?

    1. Daniel DushieDaniel Dushie
      Dec 17, 2018 20:46 GMT

      My assessment is that because of the wide coverage of the IPO,and the fact that mobile money was used in some cases, there are a lot of people who hold small volumes of shares. Many retail shareholders may not have the tenacity to hold on their shares for a long time.As a result many will be selling theirs as the days go by.Long term investors may then buy their shares at a low price. This is part of the reason for the falling prices. The banking crisis has also had some effect, generally on the investment climate.
      If you have the ability to hold on longer to your shares,this time may be the best time to buy more/additional shares.
      The value of the shares will appreciate with time after many small holders have sold off their shares.
      The best time to buy is now. In addition as you hold more shares,and dividends are paid,you stand to benefit.
      Long term investors stand to benefit.

  6. barnabasbarnabas
    Apr 9, 2019 12:30 GMT

    why is ic security not picking our call. my account is still pending upon filling my particular for over three months now. this have prevented my dividend from coming. any help

    1. DesmondDesmond
      Apr 14, 2019 00:22 GMT

      You should have dealt with Cal Brokers instead.

  7. LawrenceLawrence
    Mar 23, 2019 12:29 GMT

    How do I get access to my MTN shares? how do I access my account on IC securities?, they don't answer their customer service phone, no login option on their site.

  8. RichardRichard
    Feb 25, 2019 00:15 GMT

    Pls I'm not a shareholder but I want to buy a share so what is the process I must go through ? Despite the fallen of the share price there is still a hope that it will rise up again .

      May 16, 2019 15:25 GMT

      0244224196 I HAVE SOME SHARES TO SELL

  9. CecilCecil
    Oct 23, 2018 12:11 GMT

    Anyway, I have created WhatsApp group for people who need help with this stock trading, especially people who bought MTN GHANA SHARE. I am also new to this and want to learn from other people. Here is a link below to join.

    1. BeaBea
      Apr 1, 2019 17:24 GMT

      Having difficulty joining the page via the link. Can you add me please?

  10. JustJust
    Jan 22, 2019 23:12 GMT

    Mtn Shares is going down what is happening

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