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AFRICA TELECOM & IT Loses Director, Monique Butt

The Board, Management and Staff of Telecom and IT Business Limited; publishers of Africa Telecom & IT has announced the death of its Editorial/Business Services Director, Ms Monique Butt.

She passed on to eternal glory on Thursday, 17th March, 2016 in London, United Kingdom.

A polyglot gifted in the excellent use of English, French, Yoruba and to some extent, Hausa languages. Ms Butt had traversed the media landscape as a top flight marketing executive. She had excellent working relationship with some of the renowned icons in the African media industry; including Peter Enahoro popularly called “Peter Pan”.

She was once a top executive of African Business magazine where she was in-charge of the development of the Nigerian market.

Monique was a top gun in media relations, public relations, marketing communications, corporate communications, business strategy, marketing strategy, strategic communications, social media, business development, event management.

She was a graduate of the University of Essex, United Kingdom. She would have turned 60 years in August this year.

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