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Airtel Ghana MD resigns ahead of merger with Tigo

2017-10-11 11:23:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Airtel Ghana CEO Lucy Quist has announced her departure from the telecommunications company ahead of Airtel's merger with Tigo, Myjoyonline reported. In her Facebook post, Quist announced that the time was right for her to move on to the next chapter. Quist joined Airtel Ghana in 2014 as the first Ghanaian female CEO of a major multinational telecom company. 

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