Telecel Central Africa lays foundation stone for new headquarters in Central African Republic (CAR)

Telecel Central Africa has laid the foundation stone for its new headquarters, a state-of-the-art building in the Central African Republic’s capital, Bangui.

At a brief ceremony attended by His Excellency Mr. Justin Gourna Zacko, Minister of Digital Economy, Posts and Telecommunications, the new headquarters, designed with the latest construction and computer technologies, aims to provide a comfortable and quality work environment, reflective of Telecel’s image and its commitment to the capital city of Bangui. The building has been designed with eco-responsibility in mind, aligning with Telecel’s dedication to social and environmental responsibility (ESG).

According to Irène Moussa Kembe, Managing Director of Telecel Central Africa, “This project marks a significant milestone in our journey towards digital development in the Central African Republic. We are committed to providing cutting-edge technology and innovative solutions to our customers, and this new headquarters will enable us to do just that.”

Malek Atrissi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Telecel Centrafrique, added, “After being the first operator to launch fibre optics in CAR, this project once again demonstrates our dedication to driving digitalization and economic development in the country. We are starting a new era of innovation and digitalization in CAR, which will bring numerous opportunities for economic growth, improved quality of life, and multifaceted development.”

The new headquarters is expected to be completed soon, and will serve as a hub for Telecel’s operations in the region, providing a platform for innovation, collaboration, and customer-centric services.

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