Inq. Nigeria Receives Three Prestigious Awards at ABoICT Ceremony


At the 15th edition of the Africa Beacon of ICT Merit & Leadership (ABoICT) Award ceremony in Lagos, inq. Nigeria was honoured with three prestigious awards: “ICT Company of the Year,” “Enterprise Broadband Services Provider of the Year,” and “Emerging Technology Provider of the Year.” The special award committee recognised . Nigeria for its significant contributions to the ICT sector in Nigeria and its consistent delivery of cutting-edge solutions that drive the success of Nigeria’s emerging digital economy.


Managing Director Mr. Ifeanyi Akosionu received the awards on behalf of inq. Nigeria, stating that these recognitions are a testament to the hard work, dedication, and commitment of the entire team. He emphasized the company’s commitment to technology and innovation, highlighting their efforts in deploying intelligent connectivity, cloud, cybersecurity, and enterprise transformation with AI solutions to meet the growing demands of the Nigerian business community.


Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Nigeria Communications Week, Mr. Ken Nwogbo, noted in his welcome address that the awards and lecture series aim to highlight efforts to place Nigeria on the global information and communications technologies map and honour those who have significantly contributed to the growth and development of the Nigerian ICT sector.


Nigeria has frequently been recognised with prestigious ABoICT awards since its inception, continuing to innovate and drive the advancement of Nigeria’s economy with products and services that support growth and development.

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