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UK based AI Company Appoints Jega as Growth Strategist for Africa

I am excited to join the company and play an important role in the growth of [AI] Analytics Intelligence. I’ve seen how passionate they are about building a valuable brand and innovative solutions”, says Mohammed Ibrahim Jega.


Mr Jega will lead the company’s growth and business development efforts across the continent he next blooming phase.

Mohammed brings to the [AI] management team over 18 years of experience as a leading Business Developer working with clients in both private companies and Government organizations.

In this role, he will oversee, advise and assist [AI] to access appropriate opportunities in the artificial intelligence space as the company continues its growth efforts to become market leader across Africa.

[AI] Analytics Intelligence with an already active presence in Africa through its office and operations in Nigeria, has a mission to make data analytics and artificial intelligence accessible to all.

The company believes the growth of data, data analysis and artificial intelligence are significantly changing how organizations, cities and government agencies will be run going into the future and are providing services and products to help clients implement future proof Digital Transformation strategy.

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Speaking on the appointment, David Edoja, Founder and CEO of [AI] Analytics Intelligence said:

“As a business we are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Jega as Growth Strategist for Africa. He brings to the company a wealth of experience in growth planning and business development with a broad network of contacts in the private and public sectors.

Mr Jega will help us develop our market in Nigeria and African countries. He will be responsible for streamlining the operational excellence in African markets.”

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Commenting on his appointment, Jega affirmed that:

“I am excited to join the company and play an important role in the growth of [AI] Analytics Intelligence. I’ve seen how passionate they are about building a valuable brand and innovative solutions.

“I believe [AI] is well positioned to become the leading artificial intelligence company in Africa. I am particularly excited about the mission to train millions of Africans in artificial intelligence and look forward to working with the [AI] Academy team in achieving this mission. It’s going to be an interesting challenge but an exciting opportunity for growth. I look forward to the growth of artificial intelligence across Africa with [AI] leading the charge”

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Mr Jega is one of the 30 Nominee of Abuja based African Digital Voices inducted into African Digital Voices Network.

He sits on the board of several tech companies such as Chairman Board AgriTECH Hub, Impact Hub, FSI, Hartfield Group, Young Innovators Nigeria, Nigeria Association of Computing Students (NACOS), Kickcity, Ambassador Cyber Security Challenge Nigeria (CYSEC-NG), Regional Ambassador Codefest International.

Mr Jega has received several awards both locally and internationally and won Africa’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2020 by the Tech Times African Influencer Award; Future Awards Africa nominee for Service to Young People; and recognized as the most influential young Nigerian in 2017 by Avance Media and awarded Royal African Young Leadership Forum Award 2021 by Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi the Ooni of Ife.

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