Cisco has appointed Sebastine Nzeadibe as General Manager for Nigeria and Ghana, TechEconomy.ng can report.
As general manager Sebastine will be responsible for developing, leading, running and orchestrating the business in Nigeria and Ghana to drive profitable growth for Cisco.
Sebastine brings a wealth of knowledge to the role with over 20 years’ experience in the IT and telecommunications industry within the Nigerian and West African market, having worked at Telnet (iTeco), Airtel (formerly Zain), Hewlett Packard, IBM, and Fortinet but to name a few.
Sebastine has diverse experience across project & programme management, executive engagement and strategy and business modelling.
“As Nigeria and Ghana’s economic outlook looks promising, the opportunities for business are vast. I am excited to be part of a company who is committed to connecting communities, addressing climate change, and creating equitable access to ensure a better future for everyone,” says Sebastine.
Hani Raad, Managing Director for Cisco sub-Saharan Africa, says “We have tremendous opportunity to grow our business even further in this region. I am confident that we will see continued success under Sebastine’s leadership.”