Following the exit of the UAE’s Mubadalah Group from Etisalat Nigeria, the telco has formally launched itself with the brand 9Mobile. CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa spoke to the company’s CEO Boye Olusanya, for his views on the outlook for telco sector.
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Amidst the suffering and the havoc caused by COVID-19, we witnessed the best of mankind. Former enemies forgot old quarrels and came together for the common good, some sanctions were waived for humanitarian reasons and fighting stopped temporarily.
"Enter through the narrow gate for wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction and many find it. The narrow road is the one that leads to life and few can find it
MTN Nigeria has completed its debut 100 billion Naira Series one and two commercial paper issuance which was 400 per cent subscribed by investors. Modupe Kadri, Chief Financial Officer of MTN Nigeria joins me to share more details on the issuance.
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