Hudson Sandler appoints Ajufo West Africa Business Partner 

International strategic communications and ESG consultancy Hudson Sandler has appointed Onyebuchi Ajufo as Partner in its West African business.

The appointment reflects Hudson Sandler’s continued growth in Africa, driven by flagship offices in Kenya and Nigeria.

Hudson Sandler Africa has grown in the last two years and is providing pan-African and international consulting services to many Africa’s most dynamic and progressive companies and institutions.

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Ajufo is an advocacy and communications advisor with over 15 years’ experience working across Africa, the Middle East and the United Kingdom.

She joins Hudson Sandler from Africa Practice where she led the Strategic Communications and Advocacy Practice across the Africa Practice Group (Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana, Kenya and the United Kingdom).

In this role, she was also responsible for brand positioning, talent retention and development, client retention and growth.

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In her new role Ajufo will act as the global lead on policy and advocacy across the consultancy.

She has a master’s in Business Analytics from the University of Warwick and is on the Board of Haima Health, an organisation building a network of voluntary blood donors for safe, affordable and quick access to blood in Nigeria.

Chairman, Hudson Sandler Africa, Chris Genasi, said: “Africa is a key strategic market for Hudson Sandler. We are proud to work with Africa’s leading businesses, foundations, and NGOs, to tell positive stories about the contribution they are making to Africa’s sustainable economic and social development.’’

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