Abuja - President Muhammadu Buhari has publicly spoken about the fine
imposed on MTN by the Nigerian Communications Commission, Punch reported.
He was stating this during a joint conference where South
African President, Jacob Zuma was also present at the Presidential Villa in
Buhari’s main concern was the mere fact Boko Haram were
using unregistered sim cads belonging to MTN.
This has resulted in many casualties which could have been avoided.
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Instead of doing the right thing, MTN dragged Federal
Government to court as they did not want to negotiate
The firm had been sanctioned by the regulatory agency for failing
to register sim cards.
However, MTN has decided to withdraw the case and will
seeking government agencies to see if the fine can be reduced.
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