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Dennis Kahindi named Liquid Telecom Uganda CEO                                           

Dennis Kahindi Keko has been appointed the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Liquid Telecom Uganda
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Dennis Kahindi Keko has been appointed the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Liquid Telecom Uganda.

According to a statement announcing his appointment, he started work on March 1, 2019.

The statement says Kahindi will be responsible for accelerating Liquid Telecom Uganda’s growth and increased penetration of the Ugandan market.

He brings more than 15 years’ experience to this new role, having previously worked in senior executive roles at Oracle and Microsoft in Rwanda and Uganda.

“Dennis Kahindi is the ideal person to lead Liquid Telecom Uganda on its next phase of growth,” said Adil El Youssefi CEO, East Africa Region, Liquid Telecom.

“His talent, vision, and insight will help cement recent customer successes, create new customer relationships, and build on the company’s reputation for communications innovation. Attracting a business leader of this caliber to lead Liquid Telecom Uganda is a testament to the company’s reputation in this important market.”

About Dennis Kahindi

Kahindi has proven senior management and operational leadership skills.

Prior to this appointment, he was the Business Lead for Oracle in Rwanda, Kenya, and Uganda.

Dennis Kahindi was also previously the Country Manager for Microsoft in Uganda and Rwanda.

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Dennis’ areas of expertise include strategy development, sales and marketing leadership, profitability and cost analysis, contract negotiations and strategic alliances.

His qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from Makerere University, an MBA from the United States International University in Nairobi and a qualification in Business Strategy and Financial Acumen from the INSEAD Business School.

“I look forward to working closely with customers in Uganda to help them achieve their digital transformation ambitions,” said Dennis Kahindi. “Liquid Telecom has an enviable track record of helping customers innovate, embrace change and drive agility. Together with our partners, we will help them build on their success while ensuring they continue to receive an exceptional and rewarding service experience.”

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