As MTN warned almost a year ago, its largest business unit has been hit by a Nigerian naira, which has lost more than 90% of its value, pulling down its full-year earnings for 2023.

The mobile operator managed to push up subscribers, saying that it sustained its resilient commercial and operational momentum in a challenging operating environment. ..

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