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Henok Tefera parts ways with Safaricom

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Ambassador Henok Tefera, hands in a letter of resignation to Safaricom Ethiopia after seven months of work with the new telecommunications entrant.

According to Safaricom Ethiopia, it’s now former Chief External Affairs and Regulatory Officer, resigned voluntarily due to personal and family reasons.

Henok Tefera, who was the former Ethiopian Ambassador to France, Spain, Portugal and Monaco, came to the Safaricom role after his predecessor Matthew Harrison Harvey left the firm back in December 2022.

Following Henok’s resignation from Safaricom, Sisay Zerihun has been appointed as the acting Chief External Affairs and Regulatory Officer. Zerihun is attributed to have served for two years at Safaricom in different positions whilst also bringing local and international expertise form different sectors.

On related news, Safaricom Ethiopia has announced that it has extended its service to 280 cities. The telecommunications firm stated that the total number of customers has now reached more than four million. Furthermore, the company also stated that it will build 12,000 network transmission towers in the coming years.

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