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AllAfrica.com
Senate Tells Govt to Move N50 Billion Paid By MTN to TSAgovernor of Central Bank of Nigeria of Nigeria, Executive Vice Chairman of NCC,
Senate Tells Govt to Move N50 Billion Paid By MTN to TSA
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
governor of Central Bank of Nigeria of Nigeria, Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, and the Managing Director of MTN Nigeria Limited. "The Senate regrets to discover by the admission of the accountant-general of the federation at the... Read more
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3d
AllAfrica.com
New Global ICT Trends - How Technology Can Aid Faster Economic RecoveryGroup, Mr Austin Okere, CEO Rack centre, Mr Ayotunde Coker, Director Lagos Ange
New Global ICT Trends - How Technology Can Aid Faster Economic Recovery
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
Group, Mr Austin Okere, CEO Rack centre, Mr Ayotunde Coker, Director Lagos Angel Networks, Mr Collins Onuegbu, CEO MTN Nigeria, Mr Ferdi Moolman, the direction was clear-Nigeria should upgrade as a full digital economy. A digital economy is... Read more
4d
AllAfrica.com
MTN Group Appoints New CEO After Resolution of Nigerian Fineon Telecommunications aimed at discussing the reduction of the N1.04 trillion f
MTN Group Appoints New CEO After Resolution of Nigerian Fine
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
on Telecommunications aimed at discussing the reduction of the N1.04 trillion fine slammed on telecommunications provider, MTN Nigeria Limited, to N330 billion. While the Attorney General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami, wrote a letter to... Read more
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4d
AllAfrica.com
MTN Appoints Vodafone's Rob Shuter Group CEOof former heads of the telecom company both at the headquarters and at the Nige
MTN Appoints Vodafone's Rob Shuter Group CEO
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
of former heads of the telecom company both at the headquarters and at the Nigerian operation. In the fine resolution, MTN Nigeria and the NCC agreed that the telecom firm would pay N330 billion over the next three years to resolve the initial... Read more
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4d
iol.co.za
Unions welcome new MTN chiefSIM cards on its network. The October fine by the Nigerian Communication Commis
Unions welcome new MTN chief
iol.co.za / Posted 4 days ago
SIM cards on its network. The October fine by the Nigerian Communication Commission has since been reduced to $1.67bn after MTN Nigeria and the government agreed on this new settlement. MTN also announced that Phuthuma Nhleko, who has been the... Read more
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5d
AllAfrica.com
2.6GHZ Spectrum Auction - Not Good Omen for Nigeria's Telecoms Sectorhad attributed investors' doubt to the regulatory failure to resolve the contro
2.6GHZ Spectrum Auction - Not Good Omen for Nigeria's Telecoms Sector
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
had attributed investors' doubt to the regulatory failure to resolve the controversial N780 billion fine against MTN Nigeria on time. Though the issue was resolved last week, they said it ought to have been resolved long ago. The... Read more
5d
AllAfrica.com
N1.04 Trillion MTN Fine - Senate Summons AG, CBN Gov, Accountant General, Otherswith how the deal was arrived at, said the reduction was done to protect the in
N1.04 Trillion MTN Fine - Senate Summons AG, CBN Gov, Accountant General, Others
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
with how the deal was arrived at, said the reduction was done to protect the interest of over 500,000 Nigerians working in MTN Nigeria. But the senate insists the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami,... Read more
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5d
AllAfrica.com
Case Closed On MTN N1.03 Trillion Fine, Minister Tells NigeriansAdebayo Shittu, has said that the reduction of the N1.03 trillion fine earlier
Case Closed On MTN N1.03 Trillion Fine, Minister Tells Nigerians
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Adebayo Shittu, has said that the reduction of the N1.03 trillion fine earlier imposed on the telecommunications giant, MTN Nigeria, to about N330 billion was in the interest of the investment drive of the Federal Government. To this end, he... Read more
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7d
AllAfrica.com
'Men, Women Must Partner in Raising Children'in the upbringing of the children. It's a matter of education." Amina Oyagbola
'Men, Women Must Partner in Raising Children'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
in the upbringing of the children. It's a matter of education." Amina Oyagbola, HR/Corporate Services Executive at MTN Nigeria, said combining parenthood and career, especially for women, is a difficult task. "A lot of working parents,... Read more
8d
AllAfrica.com
Premium Times, TW Magazine, Other Hold Forum On Parenting - Live Updatesthe event today in Ikoyi, Lagos. Participants at the sesssion include Amina Oy
Premium Times, TW Magazine, Other Hold Forum On Parenting - Live Updates
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
the event today in Ikoyi, Lagos. Participants at the sesssion include Amina Oyagbola, HR/Corporate Services Executive, MTN Nigeria, who will speak on the 'Imperatives of Work-Life Balance;' Nimi Akinkugbe, CEO of Best Man Games, will speak on... Read more
10d
AllAfrica.com
Former High Commissioner to Speak At 'Parenting for Nation Building' Forumlevel." Alongside Mr. Kolade, those to speak at the event include Amina Oyagbo
Former High Commissioner to Speak At 'Parenting for Nation Building' Forum
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
level." Alongside Mr. Kolade, those to speak at the event include Amina Oyagbola, HR/Corporate Services Executive, MTN Nigeria, who will speak on the 'Imperatives of Work-Life Balance.' Ms. Oyagbola, who had served as a Corporate Services... Read more
10d
AllAfrica.com
Finding Alternatives to Oilemerging market to seriously consider the application and promotion of ICT to f
Finding Alternatives to Oil
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
emerging market to seriously consider the application and promotion of ICT to facilitate its rapid growth and development. MTN Nigeria probably the biggest foreign investor in Nigeria over the last decade has led the telecoms industry to achieve... Read more
11d
AllAfrica.com
Reps Summon Malami, Shittu, NCC, Over MTN FineCommission (NCC), Prof. Garba Danbata and other stakeholders over the sudden re
Reps Summon Malami, Shittu, NCC, Over MTN Fine
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
Commission (NCC), Prof. Garba Danbata and other stakeholders over the sudden reduction of the fine slammed against MTN Nigeria over regulation breaches. The development came as a member of the committee, Johnson Agbonayima, staged a... Read more
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11d
AllAfrica.com
House Summons AGF, Ministers Over MTN Fine Reduction From N1.4 Trillion to N330 Billionof the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, for explanation on
House Summons AGF, Ministers Over MTN Fine Reduction From N1.4 Trillion to N330 Billion
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, for explanation on the reduction of fine imposed on MTN Nigeria. Also to appear with the minister before the lawmakers are his Communications counterpart, Alhaji Adebayo Shittu... Read more
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11d
iol.co.za
MTN to issue apology to Nigeriabefore opting for an out-of-court deal - will also cover its own legal costs, t
MTN to issue apology to Nigeria
iol.co.za / Posted 11 days ago
before opting for an out-of-court deal - will also cover its own legal costs, the agreement said. The fine will be paid by MTN Nigeria over three years and is only around a third of the $5.2 billion figure initially demanded by the country's... Read more
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11d
AllAfrica.com
Reps Summon AGF, Ministers Over MTN Fine Reductionof Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, for explana
Reps Summon AGF, Ministers Over MTN Fine Reduction
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, for explanation on the reduction of fine imposed on MTN Nigeria. Also to appear with the minister before the lawmakers are his Communications counterpart, Adebayo Shittu, and... Read more
12d
Eye Witness News
MTN to take immediate steps to list in Nigeria as part of $1.7 bln fine dealbefore opting for an out-of-court deal - will also cover its own legal costs, t
MTN to take immediate steps to list in Nigeria as part of $1.7 bln fine deal
Eye Witness News / Posted 12 days ago
before opting for an out-of-court deal - will also cover its own legal costs, the agreement said. The fine will be paid by MTN Nigeria over three years and is only around a third of the $5.2 billion figure initially demanded by the country's... Read more
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12d
iol.co.za
MTN lays its Nigerian penalty to restJohannesburg - South Africa’s telecoms giant MTN is planning to fast-track the
MTN lays its Nigerian penalty to rest
iol.co.za / Posted 12 days ago
Johannesburg - South Africa’s telecoms giant MTN is planning to fast-track the listing of MTN Nigeria on the Nigerian Stock Exchange after it reached a settlement to pay a penalty for missing the deadline to disconnect unregistered SIM cards. MTN... Read more
13d
AllAfrica.com
Why MTN Will Rebound After N330 Billion Finefine of N330 billion and a payment plan staggered over a period of three years,
Why MTN Will Rebound After N330 Billion Fine
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
fine of N330 billion and a payment plan staggered over a period of three years, it will not be long before telecoms giant, MTN Nigeria, rebounds. Reprieve came the way of MTN on Friday when the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) slashed its... Read more
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15d
The Star
Telecoms giant MTN to pay US$1.7bil Nigeria fineover its failure to disconnect unregistered mobile phone users. The Johannesbu
Telecoms giant MTN to pay US$1.7bil Nigeria fine
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
over its failure to disconnect unregistered mobile phone users. The Johannesburg-based company said in a statement that “MTN Nigeria has agreed to pay a total cash amount of naira 330 billion over three years.” Africa’s biggest mobile-phone... Read more
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15d
AllAfrica.com
N1.04 Trillion Fine - MTN Announces Final Agreement With NigeriaMTN Nigeria on Friday announced it has reached a final resolution on the N1.04
N1.04 Trillion Fine - MTN Announces Final Agreement With Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
MTN Nigeria on Friday announced it has reached a final resolution on the N1.04 trillion fine imposed by the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) in October 2015. The telecom firm was sanctioned by the regulatory authority over its refusal to... Read more
15d
Eye Witness News
MTN shares increase in value after agreeing to pay Nigerian fine MTN Nigeria will begin trading soon on the country's stock exchange. Picture
MTN shares increase in value after agreeing to pay Nigerian fine
Eye Witness News / Posted 15 days ago
MTN Nigeria will begin trading soon on the country's stock exchange. Picture: Facebook. JOHANNESBURG – Shares in MTN South Africa have increased in value by more than 17 percent... Read more
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15d
AllAfrica.com
MTN Gets Six Slots in 2.6ghz Spectrum AuctionFacts emerged yesterday that MTN Nigeria was the only operator, which bided for
MTN Gets Six Slots in 2.6ghz Spectrum Auction
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
Facts emerged yesterday that MTN Nigeria was the only operator, which bided for slots in the 2.6GHz spectrum auction and got six out of the 14 slots offered for auction by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). The Executive Vice Chairman... Read more
15d
The Times & The Sunday Times
MTN gets reduced fine of $1.671 billion from Nigerian authoritiesto inform shareholders that the matter has been resolved with the Federal Gover
MTN gets reduced fine of $1.671 billion from Nigerian authorities
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 15 days ago
to inform shareholders that the matter has been resolved with the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN)‚” a statement said. “MTN Nigeria has agreed to pay a total cash amount of Naira 330-billion over three years (the equivalent of $1.671-billion at... Read more
15d
AllAfrica.com
NCC to Review 2.6GHZ Spectrum Plan, Sees Further Growth in Telecomsto review the planned auctioned exercise. NCC had advertised for the auction o
NCC to Review 2.6GHZ Spectrum Plan, Sees Further Growth in Telecoms
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
to review the planned auctioned exercise. NCC had advertised for the auction of the country's 2.6GHz spectrum, but only MTN Nigeria indicated interest to bid for 6 out of 14 available lots offered by NCC, yet the majority of the operators needed... Read more
15d
AllAfrica.com
Premium Times Partners TW Magazine, Others On 'Parenting for National Building'or even at the national level." Participants at the session will include Amina
Premium Times Partners TW Magazine, Others On 'Parenting for National Building'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
or even at the national level." Participants at the session will include Amina Oyagbola, HR/Corporate Services Executive, MTN Nigeria, who will speak on the 'Imperatives of Work-Life Balance'; Nimi Akinkugbe, CEO of Best Man Games, will speak on... Read more
18d
AllAfrica.com
Why MTN Uganda Boss Gouldie Is Leavingrelationship with the government since it launched operations in Uganda. When a
Why MTN Uganda Boss Gouldie Is Leaving
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
relationship with the government since it launched operations in Uganda. When a similar predicament of a hefty fine befell MTN Nigeria in October last year over failure to comply with the regulator's rules to disconnect unregistered SIM cards, the... Read more
22d
AllAfrica.com
N1.4 Trillion Fine - Why MTN May Not Make Full Payment - National AssemblyThe House of Representatives said, yesterday, that MTN Nigeria may not be made
N1.4 Trillion Fine - Why MTN May Not Make Full Payment - National Assembly
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
The House of Representatives said, yesterday, that MTN Nigeria may not be made to make full payment of the total N1.4 trillion fine imposed on it by the Nigerian Communications Commission. Deputy Chairman, House Committee on ICT, Alhaji Ahmed Bichi,... Read more
28d
AllAfrica.com
An Evening of Excitement As MTN Pulse Makes a Big Comebackwhere the hashtags #PulseIsBack #ItsWhoWeAreand #MTNPulse trended all evening w
An Evening of Excitement As MTN Pulse Makes a Big Comeback
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
where the hashtags #PulseIsBack #ItsWhoWeAreand #MTNPulse trended all evening while it held. During the event, Emeka of MTN Nigeria said that MTN Pulse was a game changer that has been designed especially for the youths, as well as the young at... Read more
29d
AllAfrica.com
Digital Broadcast - MTN Launches TV Service in JosJos — The MTN Nigeria, yesterday, launched telecommunications, broadcasting and
Digital Broadcast - MTN Launches TV Service in Jos
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
Jos — The MTN Nigeria, yesterday, launched telecommunications, broadcasting and media convergence in commencement of the pilot programme of its digital television broadcasting service in the city of Jos, the capital of Plateau State. The development... Read more
29d
AllAfrica.com
Broadcast Digitisation - MTN Launches TV Service in Jos, Offers 30 Free ChannelsJos — MTN Nigeria has launched its digital TV service in Jos, the Plateau state
Broadcast Digitisation - MTN Launches TV Service in Jos, Offers 30 Free Channels
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
Jos — MTN Nigeria has launched its digital TV service in Jos, the Plateau state capital. Speaking at the event on Thursday, Jason Lobel, Group Head of MTN Group, South Africa said the platform was enabled on the digital set-up boxes being... Read more
30d
AllAfrica.com
MTN Group's Revenue Increased 15 Percent, Subscriber Base 1 Percent in Q1 2016one per cent to 230.3 million year-on-year (YoY). This was largely impacted by
MTN Group's Revenue Increased 15 Percent, Subscriber Base 1 Percent in Q1 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 30 days ago
one per cent to 230.3 million year-on-year (YoY). This was largely impacted by the seven per cent decline in subscribers in MTN Nigeria and the 11 per cent decline in MTN Uganda, mainly as a result of the non-compliant subscriber deregistration... Read more

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