Tizeti network limited has announced the addition of new executives to its existing board. The leading internet service provider clearly has its sights set on new accomplishments with its strategic choices.
The announced executives are Patricia Aiyedun, Chief Financial Officer (CFO); Opeyemi Ajiboye, Chief Technical Officer (CTO); Dr Temitope Oyeleye, Chief Sales Officer (CSO).
The executives also include Ikenna Uche, Vice President – Network Operations; and Engr. Nathaniel Ndifreke, Vice President – Engineering.
Here’s what you need to know about the new kids on the block:
Before joining Tizeti, Patricia Aiyedun was a Senior Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers. With 13 years of professional accounting experience, she will be bringing to Tizeti her expertise with managing financial services.
The addition of Opeyemi Ajiboye to the Tizeti team will boost the technical operations of the network company. Opeyemi formerly worked at L.M Ericsson as the Senior Service Manager where he successfully handled a number of projects as the technical lead.
He also adds to this, experience gathered from his recent work at ipNX Nigeria in the field of Network Engineering.
Oyeleye worked with Vodafone Global Enterprise as the Executive Head for global accounts experience. He also brings his expertise as an executive in business development to Tizeti’s business team in his new role as the Chief Sales Officer.
With over 19 years of experience working as a telecommunications expert and senior manager in the industry, Uche is equipped to handle his role as the Vice-President for Network Operations in Tizeti.
Ndifreke is a seasoned engineer and member of the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN). He gained valuable experience through his work as an engineer in Costain West Africa Plc and Philips Project Center. In addition, he worked as the project director for Huawei Technologies.
Ndifreke brings his experience to this new role as Tizeti’s Vice-President for engineering.
What to expect…
These new appointments could mean that Tizeti is looking to inject new ideas into its operations in the near future. But for now, no word of its future plans have been made public.
A pioneer internet service provider on the continent, Tizeti Networks has built wi-fi solar-based stations across Africa to provide unlimited internet services.
Operating through its subsidiary, wifidotcomdotng, Tizeti leverages the large wireless capacity available with wi-fi to offer high-speed unlimited internet at customer-friendly pricing across Nigeria.
No doubt, there’s quite an expectation on the team both from the clients and the company to increase efficiency and productivity. The coming weeks might prove to be exciting for users of Tizeti’s services.
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