Alcatel-Lucent has appointed Richard Edet as Country Senior Officer and Managing Director for Nigeria, effective immediately.
Edet will assume overall responsibility for managing day-to-day operations, as well as taking the lead on strategic business directions for Alcatel-Lucent in Nigeria. Based in Lagos, Edet will report to Amr K. El-Leithy, president of Alcatel-Lucent’s activities in the Middle East, Africa, Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Edet brings to Alcatel-Lucent extensive experience within the IT sector, having previously held key management positions in various IT companies including SAP Africa, Cisco and Microsoft.
Read more: Alcatel-Lucent appoints Edet as MD in Nigeria – Telecompaper.
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