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Augustin Idenyemhin, popularly referred to as Mr Austin, uses passion to drive his profession.

He has been driving for over 10-years.

Austin has been in Cellulant for 9-years in the office operations team as a transport officer stationed in Nigeria. He is soft-spoken, easy-going and hard-working not forgetting always on time for his appointments.

Let’s meet Austin, shall we?

What attracted you to Cellulant?

First off, I was looking for a different employment arrangement from where I was working before because I needed to start a family. As I continued to work at Cellulant, the environment was one of the reasons I continued to work at Cellulant.

The staff cared whether I rested, and how my family was doing and this was nothing like I had experienced before. This was definitely the type of environment I wanted to work in.

What do you do at Cellulant?

I am a transport officer and responsible for safely transporting either cargo or staff and/or visitors from one location to another. While doing this I follow traffic laws always ensuring the safety of my passengers comes first.

In my line of work, I deal with all staff as well as c-suite staff which is quite an opportunity to network with teams from across the business from Nigeria to Kenya and everywhere in between.

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 What drives you?

When I wake up every day, I wake up thinking about how I’ll make a difference by impacting the lives of the people I work with which impacts the quality of life I give to my family.

I like to always leave an impression based on my interaction at work with people.

What is something you wish you knew earlier in your life?

I wish I knew that everything works out in the end and if it doesn’t work out, it’s definitely not the end.

In Nigeria, we like to say Laslas everybody goes dey alright (In the end everybody will be alright).

 What do you love most about working at Cellulant?

The Exposure!

Working at Cellulant has exposed me to people from other African countries who are working tirelessly to ensure we change the way payments are done in Africa.

It’s always nice meeting young people working very hard to make sure we enable seamless payments for businesses, banks and consumers across Africa.

What is the best career advice you have received so far? 

“Go Big, Go bold or go home!”

No matter where you sit in a business your contribution matters. It is key to note that pursuing excellence is what makes the difference between progress and stagnating.

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I would like to see Cellulant grow. When the company grows the teams grow and I also grow as an individual.

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