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Orange appoints African and Middle East CEOs

Orange_logoOrange has appointed four new CEOs for of its local subsidiaries in Africa and the Middle East.

Orange Group veteran Éric Bouquillon becomes CEO of Orange Guinea having worked as CEO and general manager of Orange Réunion and Mayotte since 2010. He replaces Alassane Diene.

Diene has now been appointed CEO of Orange Mali, replacing Jean-Luc Bohé.

Elsewhere, Jérôme Hénique has been appointed CEO of Jordan Telecom, replacing Jean-François Thomas. Hénique has been deputy CEO of the Sonatel Group since 2010.

Thierry Marigny has been appointed deputy CEO of Sonatel in Senegal. Marigny most recently worked as global brand vice president and launched the new overhaul of the Orange Brand for the whole international group.