Wednesday, November 9, 2011


By Emma Elebeke

Intel Corporation has announced the appointment of Olubunmi Ekundare as its country manager for Nigeria. Olubunmi will take over responsibility of Intel’s commercial activities and innovations in Nigeria and will also be responsible for Intel’s businesses across West Africa.

The company said: “This is a great example of our continued commitment in building and developing our management team within Middle East Turkey and Africa (META).”

On his appointment, Olubunmi said: “As country manager for Intel Nigeria my vision is to make Intel’s technology an asset to the growth and development of Nigeria and the continent. ’I look forward to harnessing the great potential of Nigeria’s IT sector with the support of my team and in line with Intel’s strategy’’, Olubunmi stated.

“Besides overseeing Intel activities in Nigeria and West Africa, I look forward to having the opportunity, and will make every effort, to facilitate the use and adoption of technology in both the public and private sectors and ensure that our customers, partners and the wider ecosystem continue to benefit from our wide range of innovative technologies” he added.

Olubunmi has 20 years experience working in the country’s technology sector. He joined Intel in 2008 as the Corporate Affairs Manager for West Africa, and has undertaken consulting assignments for LM Ericsson.

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