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Telecom major Bharti Airtel said on Wednesday that it will invest an additional $125 million in African country Gabon on commercial and social programmes.

‘We are in Gabon for the long haul and will support both Commercial and Social programmes. These include the deployment of 3G and 4G network, when made available, to help businesses and the youth access world class data services,’ Manoj Kohli, Airtel’s managing director and CEO (international), said in a statement.

The investment was announced by company on the sidelines of The New York Forum Africa, in Libreville, Gabon.

‘In addition, continued support in youth driven activity like soccer and the support of a young Gabonese ICT entrepreneurship programme to provide ICT training to 10,000 youth over the next 3 years.,’  Kohli said.
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