Nigeria’s reps demand proof of MTN’s tax remittances


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Nigeria’s House of Representatives have asked the management of telecommunications company, MTN, to provide evidence of tax remittances to government from 2011 to 2015. Meanwhile, IHS Towers plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange. Sam Chidoka, Managing Director and CEO of Kairos Capital joins CNBC Africa to discuss business headlines in Nigeria.

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