Mohammed N. Mijindadi is the President of GE Nigeria & Managing Director of GE Gas Power Systems (GPS) for Nigeria & Anglo West Africa, responsible for executive oversight and strengthening GE’s impact in region while building strong stakeholder relationships across GE’s Power, Healthcare and Renewable energy sectors.
With GE’s strong presence in the African Power Market, Mohammed has led the development and support on several heavy duty IPP and distributed power plants in Nigeria and the region, leading to significant MW’s added for grid and off grid applications.
Prior to his appointment, Mohammed was the Regional Sales Director for GE Power Generation Products (PGP) in Africa and began his career with GE in the Transportation business as the Nigeria Country Leader.
He has held several positions including Commercial Excellence Leader, Strategic Sourcing Leader and in Business Development, driving growth globally. Prior to joining GE, Mohammed worked in several US multinationals in the Transportation, Services, Construction and Entertainment industries.
Mohammed earned a Bachelor of Science degree (BSc.) in Civil Engineering from Temple University in Philadelphia and an M.B.A in Marketing and Strategic Leadership from Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) in State College, PA.
He was inducted into the Nigerian Leadership Initiative (NLI) in October 2011, Institute of Directors in January 2014 and serves on the Board of Directors for GE International Operations Nigeria, GE Free Zone Enterprises and the ‘Kid for Kid’ foundation.
In his spare time, Mohammed enjoys travelling, watching sports, and spending time with his Wife, Children & Dogs