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Ethiopian Group CEO inducted into The African CEO's Hall of Fame

Posted 25 February 2019 · Add Comment

Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airways, has been inducted into The African CEO's Hall Of Fame during the African Leadership Magazine's Persons of the Year ceremony which took place on February 22, 2019 in Johannesburg.

 

The annual African Leadership Magazine Persons of the Year Award aims at celebrating Africa’s finest business, political and diplomatic leaders who are contributing to the continent’s growth and development.

GebreMariam said: “I’m humbled to have been inducted into The African CEO's Hall Of Fame which showcases the leadership talents and achievements of Africans. This honour goes to all my 16,000 plus dedicated colleagues at Ethiopian Airlines, I have the pleasure of working with. I congratulate them all on this success! Through our hard work, we have turned Ethiopian Airlines into the largest aviation group in the African continent.”

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