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    Business MTN donates 1.4 million COVID-19 vaccines – P.M. News
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    Business MTN sells stakes in Jumia, rakes in $138m – NaijaBizCom
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    Business MTN to Partner Cloud Service Providers to Support SMEs – Nigerian CommunicationWeek
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    Business MTN Nigeria announces streaming partnership with Tidal – TechMoran
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    Business MTN Nigeria’s President, CEO resigns – Daily Post Nigeria
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    Business Ngige intervenes in MTN, Labour feud – The Nation News
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    Business MTN Nigeria lifts NSE market indices further by 0.38% – Vanguard News
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    Business MTN Nigeria expects slight margin drop after FX rate shift – New Telegraph News
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    Business Nigeria’s Fintechs project $543 million revenue growth in two – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Business COVID-19: MTN Nigeria outlines new measures, staff to work from home – Nairametrics
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    Business MTN Group CEO, Shuter to step down – Vanguard Nigeria News
  12. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Blind And Making Boss Moves – Opeyemi Adewale Kikelomo’s Success Story Will Inspire You – Nigerian Entertainment Today Get More Nigeria Metro News
  13. Nigeria Business News

    Business Mobile money deals hit N5.1trn – Newtelegraph Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business USSD charges: MTN insists banks’ CEOs requested customer billing – Newtelegraph

    Controversies trailing the announcement of new charges for Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) by telecoms operators may be far from over. This came as MTN insisted that the Body of Banks CEOs indeed made a formal request that the customers should be billed for the service...
  15. Nigeria Business News

    Business MTN Bows to Pressure, Suspends USSD Charges – Thisdaylive Newspaper

    MTN Nigeria yesterday confirmed that it has suspended its plan to implement charges around the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) code being used for bank transactions..... Read more via Thisdaylive Newspaper – Get more: Nigeria Business News
  16. Nigeria Political News

    Politics Xenophobic attack: 5000 people lost their jobs to shopping mall attacks – Governor Sanwo-Olu – Nairametrics

    Over 5000 people have reportedly lost their jobs in Lagos to the reprisal attack caused by the xenophobic attack in South Africa. Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu made this known during his visit to the shopping malls attacked in Lagos... Read more via Nairametrics –...
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    Politics Xenophobia: Oshiomhole calls for Nationalisation of MTN –

    Adams Oshiomhole, national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has asked the federal government to take over MTN in order to send a strong message to South Africa over the attacks on Nigerians based in the.... Read more via – Get More Nigeria...
  18. Nigeria Business News

    Business MTN Nigeria share price narrowly fluctuates amidst xenophobia reprisals in Nigeria – Techpoint.Africa

    MTN Nigeria’s share price is experiencing fluctuations on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) amidst xenophobia reprisals, which has incited social media calls for a boycott and reported violent reprisal attacks on South African companies in Nigeria. The ongoing xenophobic attack in South Africa...
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    Business Xenophobic attack: MTN offices shutdown – P.M. News

    Following the protest across the streets of Lagos against xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa, the MTN Nigeria outlet in Ikeja has shut down its activities.... Read more via P.M. News – Get more: Nigeria Business News
  20. Nigeria Metro News

    Metro Nigerians set MTN office on fire in Lagos (photos) – Linda Ikeji’s Blog

    One of the MTN offices in Apapa, Lagos, has been set on fire by Nigerians protesting the recent xenophobic attacks. MTN is a telecommunications company owned by South Africans..... Read more via Linda Ikeji’s Blog – Get More Nigeria Metro News