Airtel wins awards at Enugu Trade Fair

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Airtel wins awards at Enugu Trade Fair

Airtel Nigeria sustained its winning streak at the just concluded 23rd Enugu International Trade Fair, scooping three awards for its outstanding performance at the fair.

Airtel clinched the Best Participating Telecommunications Company award, the Fair’s Telecommunications Partner of the Year, and the Most Colourful Special Day awards at the trade show which also had as its theme “Transforming the nation's economy through policy reforms and enhanced infrastructural facilities". The Fair was organised by the Enugu state Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ECCIMA).

Also, the mobile operator received thumbs up from the Enugu State Government for its remarkable contribution to the development of the economy of the State.

The State Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, Dr. Jude Akubiko said Airtel has provided opportunities for many people in the state to grow their business in addition to touching lives even outside telecommunications through Airtel’s corporate social responsibility initiatives and various empowerment programmes.

The Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Airtel Nigeria, Rajan Swaroop, said the company remain committed to providing unrivalled telecommunication services and experience to Nigerians.

He revealed that the company is investing significantly in the expansion of coverage and enhancement of its capacity to ensure continuous improvement of quality of service and used the opportunity to thank the Enugu state government for its support for the company over the years, adding that such support has enhanced its service delivery to the people of the state and its adjourning neighbours.



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