Roshi Motman – General Manager
Roshi joins Tigo after almost ten years with various companies in the Kinnevik Group, a key investor in Millicom. At Tele2 in Sweden, she progressed in a variety of management roles covering Product Management, Sales and most recently Customer Operations. Prior to Tele2, Roshi was responsible for the development of mobile entertainment at Modern Times Group (parent company of TV channel Viasat). She studied Electrical Engineering and Business Development at Chalmers University in Göteborg, Sweden.
Roshi has an outstanding track record as a developer of people and businesses. As Tigo continues its journey of transformation as a digital lifestyle company, we are hoping to benefit from her experience of consumer-centric innovation.
Obafemi Banigbe – Head of Operations
Femi is a telecom professional, a prolific public speaker of high pedigree, a global market place leader, an industry role model and a personal life coach to several individuals. He has had an impressive career in the Information and Communication Technology Industry spanning about 14 years in various capacities.
Prior to joining Millicom Ghana, he was the former Network Support Group Manager for Access and Transport Network Support at Ericsson Nigeria and Functional Coordinator for Access Network Support for Ericsson Market Unit Sub-Saharan Africa. He had been the Head of Operations and Maintenance Support for V-Mobile Nigeria (Now Airtel), Former Director Network Operations and Maintenance for Celtel Nigeria (Now Airtel). Former Chief Technical Officer for Millicom (TIGO) at the Tanzanian Operation where he was responsible for the technology strategy of the business in Tanzania.
He currently functions as the Head of Operations for Millicom(TIGO) Ghana. Obafemi has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is product of Ericsson Management Development Program (Leadership Core Curriculum) as well as a product of the Advance Management Program of London Business School. He holds an MBA from Manchester Business School.
Kobby Adams – Head of Sales & Territory Management
Kobby Adams joined Millicom Ghana Ltd (Tigo) as Distribution Manager in April 2010. He was appointed Head of Sales and Territory Management in July 2011 and Go-to-Market Manager in September 2013. Before Millicom, Kobby held a number of positions in Media and Entertainment with the Nielsen Company as a Management Associate and later as Director of Television Research. Kobby holds an Artis Baccalaureus from Wabash College (Crawfordsville, Ind., USA) and an MBA from London Business School (U.K.).
Elizabeth Arhin- Head of Human Resource
Elizabeth joined Tigo in July, 2014 with a unique wealth and blend of experience in performance management, talent development, resourcing and employee, gathered from practicing Human Resources Management in Ghana and in the UK.
Before joining Tigo, Elizabeth worked with G4S Security Services, an international security company, as the Human Resource Director. Prior to that, she served in a similar position at Guinness Ghana Breweries Ltd, a subsidiary of Diageo Plc. Elizabeth has also worked with British American Tobacco, the London Borough of Croydon, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, and the British Broadcasting Corporation, all in the United Kingdom (UK).
Elizabeth holds a double Masters degree in Manpower Studies from the University of Westminster, UK and in Ministry from the Trinity Theological Seminary, Ghana respectively.
Jesse Amoh Agyepong - Head of Marketing
Jesse joins Tigo Ghana with over 11 years experience working as a marketing and sales professional, driving revenue growth for Telecommunications, FMCGs, Electronics and Event Management Companies. An experience spanning but not limited to the following companies; Airtel Ghana, Vodafone, Diageo (GGBL) and Charterhouse Ghana amongst others, he has managed different portfolios in the Telecoms Industry including Head of Acquisitions, Head of SME and Head of Enterprise Services.
Jesse joined in July, 2014 from Vodafone, where he exited as the Head of Consumer Marketing. He holds a Master of Business Administration (Marketing) from the University of Ghana Business School.
Philip Amoateng- Chief Finance Officer
Philip has over 12 years experience at management level in the information, communication and telecommunication sector, as he joins Tigo Ghana from the Rwanda Operations, where he worked as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) since June 2010. He was instrumental in setting up the Finance Department in that operation.
Philip joined the Millicom Group in 2002 as a senior Financial Analyst in Ghana, subsequently rising into different managerial roles within the Millicom Group. In 2005, he was part of the team that launched our operations in Chad, subsequently serving as CFO in Sierra Leone before moving to Rwanda.
Philip holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Degree from the University of Leicester. He is also a Fellow Certified Chartered Accountants.
Stephen Essien- Head Of Customer Operations
Stephen joins Tigo with 14 years extensive experience in the Customer Operations and User Experience Field, particularly, Call Centre Management, Channel Management and Customer Experience Management. Stephen joined in April 2014, from Vodafone, where he exited as leader of the Customer and User Experience team.
Gifty Bingley- Head of Corporate Communications
Gifty joined in July 2014, from Vodafone, where she managed both internal and external communications. Prior to that, she worked at the British High Commission in Ghana, where she managed Public Diplomacy on a wide range of policy issues, including the development of several bilateral projects, aimed at strengthening state institutions and improving living standards across Ghana.
She also spent a decade at Ghana’s leading television network, TV3, where she rose through the ranks from Broadcast Journalist, to Head of News and also, Deputy Assignments Editor, where she developed and managed content for the various news bulletins.
Gifty holds double masters degree in Political Communication from the University of Leeds, and Development Management from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). She trained as a Journalist at Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), and is an alumna and member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, CIPP, UK.