Barclays Bank Asks Nigerians With Less Than £100,000 To Close Their Accounts

Barclays Bank has asked expatriates, including Nigerians, with less than £100,000 deposit to close their accounts. In a letter dated June 12, 2017, the bank informed the customers “The new minimum level will now be £100,000. Top up your savings Continue reading Barclays Bank Asks Nigerians With Less Than £100,000 To Close Their Accounts

Name Change Will Not Affect Operations – Etisalat

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. Ibrahim Dikko, the Vice President, Regulatory and Corporate Affairs, EMTS made this known in a statement. Dikko Continue reading Name Change Will Not Affect Operations – Etisalat

Etisalat No Longer Under Investigation,Paid 42% Of Original Loan

Embattled mobile telephone operator, Etisalat Nigeria, on Thursday denied a news report that the company was being investigated by the anti-graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, following a petition by the consortium of banks requesting the Federal Continue reading Etisalat No Longer Under Investigation,Paid 42% Of Original Loan

N541.8b Debt: Access Bank,Others Take Over Etisalat

A consortium of banks, led by Access Bank PLC and other Nigerian and foreign banks, has taken over the management of Etisalat Nigeria, effective June 15. The takeover followed the collapse of the effort by Emerging Markets Telecommunications Services, EMTS, Continue reading N541.8b Debt: Access Bank,Others Take Over Etisalat

Forbes Africa “30 Under 30” 2017 : List Of Young Entrepreneurs Doing Great Things

Forbes Africa has released one of the most anticipated list of 30 “of the brightest, hungriest and most successful entrepreneurs under the age of 30” in Africa. The average age of the Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 #ClassOf2017 is 27 Continue reading Forbes Africa “30 Under 30” 2017 : List Of Young Entrepreneurs Doing Great Things

Rwanda’s Telecom Regulator Fines MTN $8.5m For Breaching Its Licensing Conditions

Rwanda’s telecom regulator: ‘Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA)’ has fined MTN Rwanda, a division of the South African owned telecommunications company, $8.5 million for breaching its licensing conditions by hosting its IT services outside the country. According to RURA, MTN Rwanda Continue reading Rwanda’s Telecom Regulator Fines MTN $8.5m For Breaching Its Licensing Conditions