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Adekunle Adebiyi

5 Sep
MTN Partners, a body of distributors of MTN products and services and agencies responsible for customer acquisition, have extolled the leadership qualities of Adekunle Adebiyi, the immediate past Chief Sales and Distribution Officer of MTN Nigeria.
3 Aug
The Executive Director, Growth & Partnerships at Itex Integrated Services, Adekunle Adebiyi, at this year’s Africa Revenue Summit (AFRES) harped on the need for African entrepreneurs...
21 May 2021
MTN Nigeria has announced the introduction of MTN Auto Top-Up, a solution designed to help customers manage their airtime and data availability needs more seamlessly by setting a time or threshold for automatic airtime and data recharges.
11 Aug 2018
KultureFest is literally ‘Cultural Festivals.’ Here at MTN, we tagged them KultureFest simply because we wanted this uniqueness about it. It is a celebration with people of various communities across Nigeria.

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