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Court dismisses suit seeking revocation of MTN’s licence, N1.04trn fine

The Federal High Court in Abuja, on Friday, dismissed a suit seeking an order revoking the operating licence of the telecommunication company, MTN Nigeria Communications Limited, and another compelling it to pay to the Federal Government the total sum of N1.040trn imposed on it by the Nigerian Communications Commission as fine in 2015.

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