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Cameroonian Cyrille Kemayou appointed as IHS Rwanda’s MD

Cameroonian Cyrille Kemayou appointed as IHS Rwanda’s MD
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(Business in Cameroon) - Since July 2019, the Rwandan subsidiary of telecoms equipment provider IHS Towers has been led by Cyrille Kemayou, a Cameroonian. Before his promotion, the marketing and public relations graduate was IHS Tower’s sales manager in Cameroon.

Graduated from Esstic in Yaounde, Cyrille Kemayou worked at MTN Cameroon for many years before joining Unipal Central & West Africa, a multinational that controls an important distribution network in Africa.  

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