NIGERIAN MTN CUSTOMERS TO RECEIVE N1.8 BILLION COMPENSATION
Mobile communications company, MTN, is to pay its customers N1.8 billion as compensation for disrupted service. MTN Chief Executive Officer in the country, Adrian Wood, announced this in Abuja last week when he visited Senate President Adolphus Wabara.
He was accompanied on the visit by the South African High Commissioner in Nigeria, Bangumzi Sifingo, and chairman of MTN worldwide, Cyril Ramaphosa. Wood told reporters at the end of the visit that the company would soon introduce second-to-second billing system. As part of its expansion, he said, MTN would soon start service in Aba and Katsina. Wood said MTN was working hard to replace its equipment in Abuja to meet the demands of its customers.