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Rotimi assumes legal reins at Airtel

22 July 2014, 22:02

Lagos - Airtel Nigeria, the telecommunications services provider, has appointed Gbenga Rotimi as its Director Legal Affairs and Company Secretary.

Speaking on the new appointment, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, said Rotimi’s appointment was testimony of the company’s efforts at providing strong platforms for Nigerian talents in line with its vision of becoming the employer of choice for exceptionally talented Nigerians.

“Airtel Nigeria is committed to providing talented Nigerians with the required opportunities to realize their full potentials and become corporate leaders and role models in the society.

We are passionate about our people and local talents and we will continue to increase our investments in people development,” he said.

Rotimi joins Airtel with over 20 years professional experience covering legal and commercial roles across the United Kingdom, sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia.

Prior to his appointment, he was the Lead Consultant at the M1 Group, a holding Company with diverse worldwide international interests in telecommunications, real estate, retail, energy, power generation, financial asset management and aviation.

Rotimi had previous stints at Helios Towers Africa and Hewlett-Packard Company.

The appointment takes effect immediately.

– CAJ News

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