Pan African technology group Liquid Intelligent Technologies, has named Martin Mushambadope as the CEO for its operations in South Sudan.
“Martin is a seasoned, well-respected, experienced senior executive and is the right leader to oversee Liquid South Sudan’s corporate and business strategy. He will be responsible for delivering strategic and operational guidance as the organisation expands in South Sudan while delivering on a cohesive culture that emphasises customer care and service that Liquid is synonymous with across the continent,” said Adil El Youssefi, Regional CEO, Liquid Intelligent Technologies, East Africa. “I want to thank Hans Haerdtle, the outgoing CEO, for the excellent work done, from leading the team to launch our operations in the country and ensuring a strong local brand presence.”
Appointed earlier this year in March 2021, Mushambadope brings over 20 years of experience, having worked for various industries such as telecommunications, health insurance, banking and audit practice. In addition, he has vast international experience being exposed to working environments in Singapore, United Kingdom, Kenya, Ghana and Zimbabwe.
Commenting on the his appointment, Mushambadope said: “It has indeed been a pleasure for me to join Liquid as it progresses on its journey to digitally transform Africa through its extensive backbone of infrastructure and digital technologies. I have seen Liquid successfully revolutionise the digital landscape for numerous businesses in other African countries and look forward to replicating that same spirit and passion for success in South Sudan. Here’s to future growth for all.”
Continuing on its trademarked path of bringing high-speed connectivity to African countries, Liquid’s South Sudan fibre network is the first underground fibre network in South Sudan that connects to landing stations in Mombasa, Kenya as well as all the major subsea cables. Through an exciting partnership with the South Sudanese government, Liquid Intelligent Technologies was the first to build critical fibre infrastructure in South Sudan thereby offering onwards enhanced connectivity to the US and Europe with significantly reduced latency.Click below to share this article