On Tuesday, September 5, Gooogle has announced the appointment of Alex Okosi as the new Managing Director of its activities on the African continent. Originally from Nigeria, he replaces his compatriot Juliet Ehimuan, who recently resigned from her position.
Google has been operating in Africa for over a decade and has offices in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. The company’s products and services are used by millions of people in Africa every day. In 2018, Google opened an artificial intelligence research center in Accra. The team at this center, says the tech giant, is focused on . . .
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