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Flashback | When Belo-Osagie admits ‘MTN cannot be beaten in Nigeria’

Hakeem Belo-Osagie
Hakeem Belo-Osagie, ex-Chairman of Etisalat Nigeria, now called 9Mobile once admitted it will be difficult for any operator to overtake MTN Nigeria, the biggest mobile operator in the country. 9Mobile formerly called Etisalat Nigeria is the mobile phone company that Belo-Osagie founded and later grew to become the fourth largest in the country but has now been taken over by …

MTN not interested in 9Mobile, Group CEO says

Rob Shuter, Group President and CEO of MTN Group
South Africa's MTN Group has said that the mobile phone group is not interested in buying 9Mobile, the Nigerian mobile operator formerly called Etisalat Nigeria. Speculations have been circulating that MTN, owners of MTN Nigeria and some rival operators are considering buying 9Mobile which has been taken over by a group of creditors. However, MTN, which is also just getting …

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