Experts blame negligence, over-statement for Etisalat’s, banks’ debt saga
This shows that the looming challenges posed by the failed negotiations between the telecommunications operator and the banks, particularly with the sector’s huge Non-Performing Loans (NPLs) exposure, the last may not have been heard.
Etisalat Nigeria silent on name change
In spite of numerous media reports that it has changed its operating name to 9Mobile, authorities at Etisalat Nigeria are yet to issue any official statement.
NCC allays fears of operation disruption, job loss in Etisalat Nigeria
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has vowed to protect the company from possible collapse in its operations.
Etisalat Nigeria says change of name will not affect operations
Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Ltd. (EMTS) trading as Etisalat Nigeria on Tuesday informed its customers that the change of brand name will not affect its operations.
Etisalat’s CEO, CFO resign
This is coming some days after the resignation of the Chairman, Hakeem Bello-Osagie and some Mubadala directors of the United Arab Emirate (UAE) firm.
Etisalat chairman Hakeem Belo-Osagie steps down
The Chairman of Etisalat Nigeria, Mr. Hakeem Bello Osagie, has resigned his appointment following the approval of a restructuring plan for the telecommunications firm.
Etisalat may change brand as NCC writes Access Bank over debt
Etisalat Nigeria may change its brand if it secures new investors over the $1.2 billion debt impasse.According to information gathered by The Guardian, Etisalat Nigeria is billed to undergo a transition period while it works with the banks to secure new investors.
Looking at Etisalat through a different lens
It entered the market with the groundbreaking “0809uchoose” campaign. For the very first time, Nigerian mobile phone customers had to choose numbers special to them to create their own phone number.