Monday, June 20, 2016

MTN deal 'shortchanges' Nigeria

Nigeria's Senate has accused the government of "short-changing" the country by reducing the fine of mobile phone giant MTN from an original $5.2bn (£3.4bn) to $1.7bn, according to Vanguard newspaper reports

The Senate had summoned top government officials, including the communications minister and attorney-general, to explain the "ridiculous settlement payment plan", according to a letter sent by the chairman of the senate's communication committee.

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