Investors holding about two-thirds of tower company IHS’s equity are in support of a plan to change its governance structure as tensions between the Nigerian operator and its shareholders continue to sour. 

Business Day understands shareholders also believe there should be a separation of the role of chair and CEO, both held by business person Sam Darwish...

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