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4 Jul 2017
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says Etisalat and its creditors have successfully reached an amicable resolution of key issues pertaining to the 1.2 billion dollars indebtedness.
30 Jun 2017
Comptel Corporation has announced that Etisalat Nigeria is launching its time-based mobile data solution BlazeOn, powered by Comptel’s FWD solution, in the Nigerian market.
26 Jun 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) joined the intervention efforts in resolving the controversial $1.2 billion debt owed to 13-bank syndication group by Etisalat to avoid looming asset stripping.
22 Jun 2017
The consortium of 13 banks involved in Etisalat Nigeria’s $1.2 billion loan wants the Federal Government, through the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), to investigate what the company did with the loan.
21 Jun 2017
Strong indications emerged on Wednesday that consortium of 13 banks, involved in Etisalat Nigeria’s 1.2 billion dollars loan is seeking the Federal Government’s intervention to investigate the management.
21 Jun 2017
Amid the move to takeover of Etisalat by a consortium of banks, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has assured subscribers that the network’s integrity would not compromised.
21 Jun 2017
Lending bankers yesterday took over telecommunications company Etisalat and subsequently announced changes in the shareholding structure of the company.
20 Jun 2017
That Nigeria is a challenging environment despite its large and ever growing population, which serves as a big market opportunity for prospective investors is no more a news, but surviving in spite of these remains the real issue.
17 Jun 2017
Telecommunications firm, Etisalat has denied report that its majority shareholder, Mubadala Development Company, from the United Arab Emirate is exiting the business because of the troubled $1.2 billion syndicated loan.      
11 Jun 2017
The telecoms industry is under the weight of bank debt, largely on account of its foreign currency loans. Over the past few years many previously active telecommunications firms, especially CDMA operators and small landline operators....
9 Jun 2017
The first ever pan-African prize celebrating upcoming African writers of published fiction books is the Etisalat Prize for Literature created in 2013. The platform in recent times has been instrumental in discovering and sharing the works of promising African literary talents and promoting the publishing industry, supporting the literacy movement by donating copies of the…
5 May 2017
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that telecommunication operators lost 1,653,286 subscribers in March.

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