Rumor: Disrupt at Mobilink Top Level Continues

Here is this market rumor that that Aamir Ibrahim has apparently resigned from his position at Mobilink, however, company spokesperson didn’t confirm this news. Spokesman responded us that he is unaware of any such thing, and he will revert back to us with updates. It merits mentioning here that he didn’t deny our query.

On other side, it is also heard that that Aamir Ibrahim may join Warid as its CEO. Sources confirmed us that he was in talks with Warid for said position.

Reportedly, Aamir Ibrahim was not in good books of Rashid Khan, the CEO of Mobilink, and sources familiar with the scenario told us the situation in same manner too. In case of his resignation, there are good chances that he may join Warid Telecom as its CEO or maybe as Telenor Pakistan’s CCO.

Moreover, in case of Mr. Ibrahim’s resignation, Naeem Zamindar is likely to get back his portfolio of planning and strategy. Naeem Zamindar was heading Broadband Unit before Mustafa Paracha replaced him.

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK

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  • Ammir for the love of God, stop writing such negative headlines (Disrupt at Mobilink top level continues….) where-as in reality a VP in Mobilink is being hired as CEO in a competitor operator or CCO, which clearly indicates the rich & quality Human Resourse of Mobilink
    Secondly it also stirs a controversy of the baised attitude by Pro Pakistani towards Mobilink
    Hope you understand that being negative wont do wonders for this nation

  • Amer ibrahim’s linked in profile states his current job as vice president and chief strategy officer at telenor! He has omitted mention of his recent stint as strategy vp at mobilink. Guess that means naeem zamindar gets his old portfolio back at mobilink, as vp strategy, as he is still entrenched there.

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