After a long struggle of 10 months of bickering and serious politicking in the background which is purported to have frustrated ex Telecel CEO Mr Francis Mawindi, before he left for the Nigerian job, it seems NetOne has finally found the man to fill the gap of the second most powerful employee at the state owned operator.
Speaking to TechnoMag , the New COO said that there is a lot of work to do and he needs to settle in and focus on his major role to make sure that they implement a turnaround strategy that will bring back NetOne to profitability.
For now I need to settle in and get on with the job as quickly as possible and the sooner we start delivering the better, we do not have much to say at this moment but rather we want the results to speak for us, while I am fully aware that 0 opportunities are already screaming at us.
The post come some four months after the whole new team has settled at 12th floor, and have already been implementing some turn around strategies which are poised for a positive come back after a long season of posting towards the negative.
NetOne is already celebrating serious network capitalisation after receiving the $218 million loan with a total of 148 base stations newly established as they close up patches for national seamless connectivity.
Mr Mutandiro recently hogged our headlines after his latest appointment to lead the Potraz board as the chairman and he previously was the then PTC CEO, now well known as TelOne.