This was contained in a statement issued by the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Segun Ogunsanya, on Friday in Lagos.
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Through its mobile telecoms and mobile money services, Airtel Africa plc is transforming lives of over 122 million people across the 14 African markets in which it operates.
Speaking in Lagos on Wednesday, 14th July, during a media launch of ‘Airtel Touching Lives 6’, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, said a strong sense of purpose is driving Airtel Nigeria’s relentless focus on sustainable initiatives that can positively impact the various communities where it operates in.
Congratulating Ogunsanya, the President said the appointment has once again proved that Nigeria has a surfeit of quality professionals, who can hold their own in any part of the continent, and even beyond.
Airtel in a statement in Lagos said it was following an approval from the Federal Government, which granted them a verification and enrolment licence.
According to it, this is part of its activities to herald the Airtel 2020 Edition of “5 Days of Love” Yuletide initiative.
Airtel, in a statement on Thursday said that the Leadership Magazine were the organisers of the prestigious African Business Leadership Awards 2020.
Ogunsanya also announced that Airtel Nigeria, as part of activities marking a decade of doing successful business in Nigeria, would be spending N300 million to support the fight against COVID-19, being the final part of the N1.9 billion the mobile telecommunications company pledged last April at the early stages of the pandemic.
Airtel Nigeria on Sunday announced a commitment of over N1.9 billion towards the fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria.
Airtel Nigeria on Friday said it had donated toll-free lines and free bulk SMS in the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory to support the fight against Coronavirus Disease.
In his keynote at the launch event, which was held at the Eko Convention Centre in Lagos, the Chief Executive Officer of Airtel, Segun Ogunsanya, said: “With the current Season, we are focused on big projects that will impact thousands of Nigerians in large communities.”
Airtel Nigeria says it has renewed its Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations International Children Education Fund on U-Report for another four years.
Osinbajo commended the telco company on Saturday night in Lagos during the premiere of the Season 5 Airtel Touching Lives, a philanthropic programme sponsored by Airtel Nigeria
The Chief Executive Officer of Airtel Nigeria, Segun Ogunsanya, said in a statement on Wednesday that the Season 5 premiere would take place on January 25
Its Chief Executive Officer, Segun Ogunsanya, said in a statement on Friday that the carnival would hold in five locations in Lagos.
Airtel Nigeria says it has partnered with the Lagos State Government to host one of the biggest End of Year Festivals dubbed the “Greater 2020”.
The Airtel “Five Days of Love” programme is designed to identify with the less privileged as well as support the downtrodden in communities where Airtel operates
Segun Ogunsanya, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Airtel Nigeria, gave the assurance during the listing.
Airtel Nigeria Chief Executive Officer, Segun Ogunsanya, told journalists on Thursday in Lagos that Touching Lives had inspired several corporate organisations and high net worth individuals to imbibe the culture of giving
The management of Airtel Nigeria has assured Nigerians of its commitment to create more entrepreneurs and “connect more people with their dreams’’ in the country.