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Odu’a partners Canadian telecoms firm to reposition O’net

By on March 26, 2011

Odu’a Investment Limited has sealed a partnership agreement with a Canadian telecoms firm to reposition its telecoms subsidiary, O’net.

The new partner, Concave Telecommunications International Group, Canada, is coming about two years after a careful search for a serious partner for the firm began.

In a statement by the Media Relations Manager, Odu’a Investment Limited, Mr Victor Ayetoro, the company said the new deal with a foreign firm would help make O’net services more efficient, enhance its coverage and make it more responsive to the unfolding dynamics of the telecommunication market.

Ayetoro explained that with the new agreement, Concave, with operations spread across North America, Europe, Middle East and Nigeria would provide technical manpower and funds for the system upgrade and overhaul of O’net, which would enable the company to become a dominant player in the Southwest telecoms market and beyond.

At the signing of agreement at Odu’a corporate headquarters in Ibadan, Ayetoro quoted the Group Managing Director (GMD), Odu’a, Mr Adebayo Jimoh, as saying that the deal was to retool O’net and reposition it to meet the yearning demands of its ever loyal customers for sustainable service delivery, comparable with international best practices.

Source : The Nation