Johannesburg - MTN Nigeria’s Chief Executive
Officer, Michael Ikpoki, has resigned.
This is a new twist to the problems at the company
following a landmark fine the company has been slapped with after a failure to
disconnect millions of unregistered subscribers.
He resigned alongside Head of Regulatory and Corporate
Affairs, Akinwale Goodluck.
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Ferdi Moolman has replaced Ikpoki while Amina Oyagbola is
now Head of Regulatory and Corporate Affairs.
The resignations come weeks after the Nigeria
Communications Commission fined the company N1,04 trillion (US$5,2) for failing
to disconnect more than 5 million non-compliant subscribers.
MTN Group Executive Chairman, Sifiso Daengwa quit last
Phuthuma Nhleko replaced him.
revised structure and strengthened leadership will improve operational
oversight and increase management capacity. This will enable MTN to continue to
realise its strategy and vision, while also ensuring we achieve high governance
standards and robust risk mitigation,” said Nhleko.
- CAJ News