Shares in MTN fell 10% on Friday as Nigeria’s telecoms regulator — which is conducting an audit of mobile users — ordered network operators to suspend the sale and activation of new SIM cards, a move that has investors worried about the company’s prospects in its biggest market. 

Shares in MTN closed trading on Friday 10.3% down at R60.63, its lowest level since early November...

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