Francis Mawindi former Telecel Zimbabwe CEO, has landed a top post at Nigeria’s second biggest telecoms operator, Globacom. Mawindi joined Globacom last month as its head of international business.
His appointment at Globacom comes as he was linked to a senior post at NetOne.
Mawindi who is better known home for serving as the Telecel Zimbabwe CEO for nine months.
The 48year old Zimbabwean has been working in the telecoms sector with vast experience consulting for successful global tech companies as he passionately follows his dreams with a major foot print in Sub Sahara Africa.
Globacom Limited (or GLO) is a GLO is a privately owned telecommunications and Nigerian multinational telecommunications company headquartered in Lagos. It currently operates in four countries in West Africa, namely Nigeria, Republic of Benin, Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire.As of June 2009, the company has employed more than 2,500 people worldwide and started operations on 29 August 2003.
GLO built an $800 million high-capacity fibre-optic cable known as Glo-1, a submarine cable from the United Kingdom to Nigeria.