Ajumogobia joins Asseco Nigeria as chairman

By 08:01 Tue, 13 Oct 2015 Comments

Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Odein Ajumogobia, has joined the board of Asseco Software Nigeria Limited (Asseco Nigeria) as its chairman.

Asseco Nigeria is a subsidiary of Asseco Poland S.A., one of the growing European software companies. The Asseco Group is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, the New York NASDAQ and Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, employing about 20,000 people in over 40 countries, with Nigeria being its hub for West Africa.

“I am delighted to represent Asseco Nigeria as its chairman. Technology is the driving force of many sectors and its effective use in Nigeria will elevate the country economically.

“Asseco is focused on building a sustainable software business in Nigeria by developing local talent to provide advanced technology solutions much needed in both private and public sectors across the country.

“I believe that Asseco’s presence and growth in Nigeria will be a significant contribution to the drive for increased transparency, automation, security and economic development through the use of technology,” Ajumogobia said.

Asseco has been present in Nigeria since 2013 and invested in 2014 in forming Asseco Nigeria. As such, Asseco is currently one of the largest Polish investors, focused on adding value locally in Nigeria.

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