Mobile operator, Airtel Nigeria, has restated its determination to continue to drive positive change in the nation’s telecoms industry by ensuring a steady stream of innovative product offerings to the market.
Speaking at the on-going 2013 Nigerian Institute of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) conference in Benin City, Segun Ogunsanya, chief executive officer of Airtel Nigeria, stated that the telecoms company’s value propositions were designed to speak to the diverse needs of the Nigerian consumer and open a world of possibilities that would help them achieve their goals.
The CEO also assured that Airtel was determined to make the best of telecoms offerings easy and affordable to the greater majority of Nigerians. “Our aggressive network coverage and robust 3.75g capability have placed us in a vantage position to lead the charge of accelerated advancement in Nigeria’s telecoms industry. We shall continue the quest for the best-in-class telecoms technology that will open new vistas in the nation’s economy because we believe that only the best is good enough for Nigeria,” Ogunsanya observed.
According to him, the company’s singular passion is to create a new culture of service in the telecoms industry that would speed up the realization of its brand promise of becoming the most loved brand in the daily lives of Nigerians. He further disclosed that the company has the widest 3.75G service coverage in the country, enabling customers to enjoy robust internet services at all times adding that the company recently unveiled its Business Solutions package tagged Airtel Business, to provide telecoms solutions to Nigerian businesses that would ensure a faster growth and profitability.
Ogunsanya further observed that this year’s conference theme: “Infrastructure Development and Economic Empowerment,” was one in sync with Airtel’s resolve to play the role of a catalyst in Nigeria’s fast expanding economy.
imports about 150,000 tones of sesame seed annually and Nigeria accounts for about 40,000 tones of the imports stating that Turkey has also been a very committed customer to Olam.
The Olam management listed challenges to the exports of the product to include competition and better incentives offered by other exporting countries such as Ethiopia, Sudan and Tanzania.
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