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MTN Nigeria dismisses bribery reports

Monday 26 September 2016 | 09:14 CET | News
MTN Nigeria has dismissed an online report alleging that a top official in the Presidency took a payment 'from operators of MTN' towards reducing the fine imposed on it. MTN Nigeria CEO Ferdi Moolman said the company has no knowledge of this and the allegation is therefore denied. The MTN Nigeria fine was ultimately settled with the Nigerian Communications Commission.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MTN Nigeria / NCC
Countries: Nigeria
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