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Meet Abou Conde, Ghana’s first Microsoft Most Valuable Professional

Abou Conde

Microsoft recognizes technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with their community by honoring them with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. One such outstanding community leader is Abou Conde.

Abou Conde, Ghana’s first MVP

Abou Conde

Abou becomes the first recipient of the prestigious Microsoft MVP award in Ghana. He has been awarded Microsoft MVP in the Azure category for 2020-2021. This makes him the first Azure MVP in West Africa. He joins four other MVP award winners in the Azure category in Africa. Three are located in South Africa and one in Egypt.

Microsoft MVP Africa outlook

There are currently thirty two Microsoft MVP recipients in Africa. 17 are located in South Africa, 3 each in Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria. Senegal, Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana each have 1 MVP. The majority of MVPs in Africa are awarded in the developer technologies, Office Apps & Services and Data Platform categories. Africa is yet to get an MVP in the Office Development, Artificial Intelligence and Windows & Devices for IT categories.

Abou notes that growing up there were no communities, expertise and mentorship to look up to. People usually had to find answers from communities and people online. He felt inspired to change this and help the local community in Ghana.

Our co-founder and editor, Christopher Bennett spoke with Abou Conde about winning the MVP award and Microsoft User Group Ghana community. Watch the conversation below.

MVP talk starts at 11:00

Abou Conde currently works at Global Information Technology Solutions (GITS). Specializing in both on-premise and cloud enterprise architecture. He is also an ambassador for the aOS community.

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