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Telkom appoints Mugo Kibati as CEO

1 weeks ago, 12:41

By: Bonface Otieno

Telkom Kenya has appointed Mugo Kibati as its new chief executive.

Mr Kibati is taking over from Aldo Mareuse, who has left after three years to pursue other interests, according to the telco's press statement on Friday announcing the changes.

The new CEO is the former Sanlam group chief executive and has held other top leadership positions, including as a founding director of Kenya's Vision 2030 secretariat and as managing director of East African Cables.

“The Board is very grateful to Aldo for his leadership of the company over the last three years. Notable milestones achieved during his tenure include the expansion of the company’s network by over 50 percent successful rebranding of the company to Telkom and rolling out of a 4G network, resulting in the company becoming the data operator of choice in the market. We wish him the very best in his future endeavours.” Telkom board chairman Eddy Njoroge said.

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Telkom appoints Mugo Kibati as CEO

1 weeks ago, 12:41

By: Bonface Otieno

Telkom Kenya has appointed Mugo Kibati as its new chief executive.

Mr Kibati is taking over from Aldo Mareuse, who has left after three years to pursue other interests, according to the telco's press statement on Friday announcing the changes.

The new CEO is the former Sanlam group chief executive and has held other top leadership positions, including as a founding director of Kenya's Vision 2030 secretariat and as managing director of East African Cables.

“The Board is very grateful to Aldo for his leadership of the company over the last three years. Notable milestones achieved during his tenure include the expansion of the company’s network by over 50 percent successful rebranding of the company to Telkom and rolling out of a 4G network, resulting in the company becoming the data operator of choice in the market. We wish him the very best in his future endeavours.” Telkom board chairman Eddy Njoroge said.

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