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We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by hmuhammad(m): 12:08pm On Jan 18, 2016
MTN Nigeria has expressed readiness to settle dispute with the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, over the N1.04 trillion fine incurred for non deactivation of some improperly registered subscribers on its network.
 
 
The telecom operator said despite being in court with the regulator, its relationship with the NCC remained solid even as it was ready to strengthen it the more.
 
 
The company’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Mr Ferdi Moolman, and Corporate Service Executive, Mrs Amina Oyagbola, who addressed newsmen, weekend. expressed confidence in the regulator to steady the ship of the sector by always opening up for reconciliations from stakeholders.
 
 
The duo stated that no matter what the outcome of the court cases may be, MTN would still hold the NCC in highest regard.
 
 
While Moolman revealed that his company was prepared to go to any length to restore relationship with the NCC, Oyagbola heaped praises on the administration of the regulator, describing it as the most important stakeholder to MTN as far as the industry is concerned.
 
 
Disclosing the approach the company would take to restore the regulator’s friendship again, Oyagbola said: ”We have utmost respect for them. The approach of this new team is to correct where we have erred in the past, ensure good business relationship with all stakeholders in the industry. This begins with show of good faith; speaking the truth, to be able to restore and generate more goodwill.”
 
 
Corroborating her, Moolman added that part of the reasons MTN felt resolution was imperative, was that the fine amounted to about 95 per cent of the company’s total revenue for a year.

Cc; lalasticlala

http://omojuwa.com/2016/01/were-ready-to-settle-with-ncc-mtn/
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by chocolateme(f): 12:09pm On Jan 18, 2016
Nice one
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by Emypresh(m): 12:10pm On Jan 18, 2016
No plz dnt settle.....make una dey keep malice.
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by orobs93(m): 12:12pm On Jan 18, 2016
Shameless people
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by profinmasscom(m): 12:16pm On Jan 18, 2016
They can't afford to shut down their business in Nigeria. Because they make more money in Nigeria than any other country, which include their dubious act of deducting subscriber's airtime. This should be looked into after settling with NCC.
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by tunwumi: 12:20pm On Jan 18, 2016
Fear fear
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by jaymejate: 12:22pm On Jan 18, 2016
[size=18pt]MTN good for nothing but cheat and Tweaking [/size]
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by mzilakazi(m): 12:46pm On Jan 18, 2016
hmuhammad:
MTN Nigeria has expressed readiness to settle dispute with the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, over the N1.04 trillion fine incurred for non deactivation of some improperly registered subscribers on its network.
 
 
The telecom operator said despite being in court with the regulator, its relationship with the NCC remained solid even as it was ready to strengthen it the more.
 
 
The company’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Mr Ferdi Moolman, and Corporate Service Executive, Mrs Amina Oyagbola, who addressed newsmen, weekend. expressed confidence in the regulator to steady the ship of the sector by always opening up for reconciliations from stakeholders.
 
 
The duo stated that no matter what the outcome of the court cases may be, MTN would still hold the NCC in highest regard.
 
 
While Moolman revealed that his company was prepared to go to any length to restore relationship with the NCC, Oyagbola heaped praises on the administration of the regulator, describing it as the most important stakeholder to MTN as far as the industry is concerned.
 
 
Disclosing the approach the company would take to restore the regulator’s friendship again, Oyagbola said: ”We have utmost respect for them. The approach of this new team is to correct where we have erred in the past, ensure good business relationship with all stakeholders in the industry. This begins with show of good faith; speaking the truth, to be able to restore and generate more goodwill.”
 
 
Corroborating her, Moolman added that part of the reasons MTN felt resolution was imperative, was that the fine amounted to about 95 per cent of the company’s total revenue for a year.

Cc; lalasticlala

http://omojuwa.com/2016/01/were-ready-to-settle-with-ncc-mtn/

That moolman does not respect himself. Why does he open his mouth before the matter is resolved before the honourable court? He is forbidden to do that and MTN must dismiss him with immediate effect because his actions might sabotage everything. His utterances can even jeopardise and ruin their chances in court.

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Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by Nobody: 1:01pm On Jan 18, 2016
See mtn o, after Efcc don open their yansh
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by daamazing(m): 1:10pm On Jan 18, 2016
sorry to say but NCc mumu o.is it that they cannot hire competent lawyers to win d case or wat.
BTW who notices how mtn's mb drain like water
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by Nobody: 1:11pm On Jan 18, 2016
Shior!! !!

Na una Sabi ooo...I gat airtel and glo...

So if una do anyhow.. I trowey una sim gbam!!!!
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by Nobody: 1:34pm On Jan 18, 2016
They settle the matter by giving us 4 gig or N20,000 or more compensation instead of paying that huge sum to NCC.
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by PhonePlanet(m): 4:48pm On Jan 18, 2016
daamazing:
sorry to say but NCc mumu o.is it that they cannot hire competent lawyers to win d case or wat.
BTW who notices how mtn's mb drain like water
MTN has the best data count amongst all gsm networks
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by PhonePlanet(m): 4:51pm On Jan 18, 2016
profinmasscom:
They can't afford to shut down their business in Nigeria. Because they make more money in Nigeria than any other country, which include their dubious act of deducting subscriber's airtime. This should be looked into after settling with NCC.

Was you credit deducted?
How much?
What date and time?
Did you call the customer care to complain and they said no credit was taken?

If you can answer any of these questions Please stop taking unnecessary shots at the company.
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by Csami(m): 8:14pm On Jan 18, 2016
PhonePlanet:

MTN has the best data count amongst all gsm networks

Because say you never use glo
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by onismate: 10:43pm On Jan 18, 2016
let's wait and see
Re: We’re Ready To Settle With NCC —MTN by PhonePlanet(m): 9:51am On Jan 19, 2016
Csami:

Because say you never use glo
I use glo

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