African Changemaker

Patricia Obo-Nai

Patricia Obo-Nai, the Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana, stands at the forefront of Ghana’s digital revolution.

With her strong engineering background and unwavering commitment to connectivity and innovation, Obo-Nai has emerged as a driving force in shaping Ghana’s telecommunications landscape.

Patricia’s passion for digital inclusion is evident in her advocacy efforts as she recognizes that access to affordable and reliable telecommunications services is crucial for socioeconomic development.

She has been instrumental in driving initiatives to bridge the digital divide, ensuring that all segments of society, including underserved communities, have access to connectivity and the opportunities it brings.

Her dedication to digital inclusion is empowering individuals and businesses across Ghana, fostering economic growth and social progress.
Patricia is the first Ghanaian to become the Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana.

 

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