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Airtel Africa Appoints Olusegun Ogunsanya As CEO

Airtel Africa plc (AAF.L), on Monday, announced that it has appointed Olusegun "Segun" Ogunsanya, as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, effective October 1, 2021.

Previously, Segun was Managing Director and CEO of Airtel Nigeria and was responsible for the overall management of the operations. He has more than 25 years business management experience in banking, consumer goods and telecoms. Before joining Airtel in 2012, Segun held leadership roles at Coca-Cola in Ghana, Nigeria, and Kenya (as MD and CEO).

Segun has also been the Managing Director of Nigerian Bottling Company Ltd (Coca-Cola Hellenic owned) and Group head of retail banking operations at Ecobank Transnational Inc, covering 28 countries in Africa.

Segun Ogunsanya, CEO, Airtel Africa, said, "...Moving forward, we will invest even more in our network and distribution channels to serve the communities where we operate. By doing this, we will continue to sustainably bridge the digital divide, expand financial inclusion and meet the evolving needs of our customers."

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