Nigeria’s most innovative and fastest growing telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria was lead sponsor and event partner of the fourth Mobile West Africa, a highly acclaimed technology conference, which held last week at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Victoria Island.

At the conference, Director, Business Segments, Etisalat, Lucas Dada, said his company is pleased with the partnership as it provides an avenue to address topical industry issues. ‘We are firm believers in the Mobile West Africa. In our opinion, this year’s edition is shaping up excellently and therefore we are delighted to be a lead partner This is one way we support innovation and the development of Mobile Ecosystem in Nigeria.’ He said. Etisalat has been a thought leader in the Nigerian Telecommunications Industry with a growing subscriber base of over 19 million

Founder, All Amber, Matthew Dawes commended the partnership his company has with Etisalat, claiming it will be for the good of the industry. ‘What impressed me was Etisalat’s readiness to commit from the first conversation I had with them,’ said he. The company’s prompt action according to Dawes, ‘illustrates not only the quality of the conference but that Etisalat appreciates that it is a platform that enables progress. Partnerships like this are essential for the longevity of Mobile West Africa.’

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Director, Business Segments, Etisalat, Lucas Dada speaking at the Mobile West Africa 2014 Conference

Director, Business Segments, Etisalat, Lucas Dada speaking at the Mobile West Africa 2014 Conference

L-R: Founder, Praekelt Foundation, Mr Gustav Praekelt; Director, Business Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, Mr Lucas Dada; and Chairman, Open Media Group, Dr Ernest Ndukwe; at the Etisalat Sponsored 2014 Mobile West Africa, held at Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island on Wednesday 14th May 2014

L-R: Founder, Praekelt Foundation, Mr Gustav Praekelt; Director, Business Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, Mr Lucas Dada; and Chairman, Open Media Group, Dr Ernest Ndukwe; at the Etisalat Sponsored 2014 Mobile West Africa, held at Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island on Wednesday 14th May 2014

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L-R: Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management, Nigerian Communications Commission, Dr Okechukwu Itanyi; Director, Business Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, and Mr Lucas Dada; and Chairman, OpenMedia Group, Dr Ernest Ndukwe; at the Etisalat Sponsored 2014 Mobile West Africa, held at Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island

L-R: Executive Commissioner, Stakeholders Management, Nigerian Communications Commission, Dr Okechukwu Itanyi; Director, Business Segment, Etisalat Nigeria, and Mr Lucas Dada; and Chairman, OpenMedia Group, Dr Ernest Ndukwe; at the Etisalat Sponsored 2014 Mobile West Africa, held at Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island

Director, Business Segments, Etisalat, Lucas Dada being interviewed after the Mobile West Africa 2014 Conference

Director, Business Segments, Etisalat, Lucas Dada being interviewed after the Mobile West Africa 2014 Conference

Specialist, Blackbery and Broadband Campaigns, Etisalat Nigeria, Doubrapade Koroye; Head, Branding and Strategy, YZ Africa, Ifeanyi Anazodo; and Manager, Data Marketing, Etisalat Nigeria, Bankole Alao; at the Etisalat Sponsored 2014 Mobile West Africa, held at Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island recently

Specialist, Blackbery and Broadband Campaigns, Etisalat Nigeria, Doubrapade Koroye; Head, Branding and Strategy, YZ Africa, Ifeanyi Anazodo; and Manager, Data Marketing, Etisalat Nigeria, Bankole Alao; at the Etisalat Sponsored 2014 Mobile West Africa, held at Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island recently

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