MTN says its Nigerian business, which listed in Lagos in May as the group sought to appease regulators in that market, has replaced its chair and five other non-executive directors who have been on the board for nearly two decades.

“As part of the board evolution, following the listing by introduction, MTN Nigeria has announced the retirement of its long-serving non-executive directors,” the group said...

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