MTN Nigeria stated this in a regulatory filing to the Nigerian Stock Exchange signed by its Company Secretary, Uto Ukpanah
Browsing: Ferdi Moolman
MTN Nigeria Communications Plc on Friday said its case with the Federal Government over alleged revenue indebtedness of N242.24 billion and $1.28 billion had been withdrawn.
MTN Nigeria Communications Plc on Wednesday announced a revenue of N856.48 billion for nine months ended September 30, 2019.
Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu fixed the date for hearing in the suit.
The MTN Nigeria Chief Executive Officer, Ferdi Moolman, made the promise in a statement made available to newsmen in Lagos.
MTN Nigeria Communications Plc on Friday signed a seven-year 200 billion naira medium term facility with a consortium of seven mostly local banks.
Leading Information and Communications Technology company in Nigeria, MTN Nigeria Plc, has announced the signing of a seven-year N200 billion medium term facility.
MTN Nigeria Communications Plc (MTN Nigeria) on Thursday announced its unaudited results for the quarter ended March 31.
MTN Nigeria Communications on Wednesday announced that it had completed its conversion from a private company into a public company.
MTN Nigeria recorded N453.1 billion Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization in 2018.
The Governor, who also commissioned a Multi-level Car Park within the same premises, said the unveiling of the edifice, which was delivered through a Public-Private Partnership arrangement with MTN Nigeria, signposts the readiness, willingness and ability of the State Government to take full control of its waterways and would continue to do so effectively
The Chief Executive Officer of MTN Nigeria, Ferdi Moolman, who made the disclosure at the agreement signing ceremony in Lagos, named FBN Quest the acting facility agent.
Lawmakers in the Upper House of Nigeria’s parliament agreed on Tuesday to investigate the allegation that MTN, Africa’s biggest telecoms company, illegally transferred the money out of Nigeria
Moolman said in a statement in Lagos that MTN’s attention had been drawn to an online report, alleging that a top official in the Presidency took bribe from the company to get the Federal Government to reduce the fine
The company has been negotiating with the Government over a possible reduction of the fine and made a part payment of $251 million (N50 billion), also setting aside $600 million for further payment of the fine
The company, after several warning by the NCC, was fined N1.04 billion for failing to disconnect 5.2 million unregistered SIM cards