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MTN Shines At ATCON Awards

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Tobe Okigbo of MTN

Information and Communications Technology Company, MTN Nigeria, was the biggest winner of the night at the 2nd edition of the Nigeria Tech Innovation & Telecom Awards (NTITA), 2018, held by the Instinct Wave and Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) at the Oriental Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos, Friday, 12th of October, 2018.

The ICT company carted five (5) awards – Telecom Company of the year, Social Impact Award, Digital Transformation Award, Customer Experience Award and Telcom CEO of the year awards.
Corporate Relations Executive, MTN Nigeria, Tobechukwu Okigbo, who was one of the executives present for the company, received the awards and expressed the organization’s gratitude to the organizers and the independent judges.

“We are honored to not only receive these but to have been considered nominees in such lofty categories. MTN Nigeria has always and will continue to strive for excellence in all frontiers. Recognition for the work that thousands of us come together for every day is incentive to do more, create more and be more.”
The Group Chief Executive Officer of Instinct Wave, Akin Naphtal, explained, that the prestigious award has quickly become the benchmark for outstanding performance and a symbol of excellence in leadership in the highly competitive technology industry.

The award which is in its 2nd edition, has judges formed from an independent panel of industry experts recognizes organizational performances products and services, innovations, executives, etc.

MTN Nigeria is Africa’s largest provider of communications services, connecting over 53 million people in communities across the country with each other and the world. Guided by a vision to lead the delivery of a bold new digital world, MTN Nigeria’s leadership position in coverage, capacity and innovation has remained constant, since its launch in 2001. MTN Nigeria is part of the MTN Group – a multinational telecommunications group which operates in 22 countries in Africa, Europe and the Middle East.

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