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Etisalat announces executive appointments

27 March 2015, 15:41Augustine Osayande

Abuja - Etisalat Nigeria, the mobile network operator,  has announced the appointment of Ibrahim Dikko and Ken Ogujiofor as Vice Presidents for Regulatory and Corporate Affairs and Consumer Sales and Services respectively.

According to the company, the appointments aim to further support the organisation and delivery of innovative products, services and to meet the demands of its customers.

Chief Executive Officer of Etisalat Nigeria, Matthew Willsher, explained that the appointments were necessary to reflect the level and scope of responsibility of the two executives.

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The move is also aimed to sharpen the organisation’s focus on the customer, drive operational efficiency, and improved results through better alignment of functions with similar priorities.

“At Etisalat, we are committed to empowering individuals and our communities to empower the nation. Therefore, we look forward to the benefits of the transforming leadership that will follow these new appointments,” Willsher said.

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