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MTN Nigeria CEO, Rob Shuter, Resigns

Rob Shuter

Rob Shuter, the President and Chief Executive Officer, CEO of MTN Group Limited, has resigned.

MTN Nigeria Communications Plc made this known in an information posted on the website of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday.

MTN also informed the investing public that Shuter’s resignation is effective Sept. 1.

The company’s Secretary, Uto Ukpana, disclosed in the notice that Shuter, before his resignation, was President and CEO of MTN Group Limited.

She also added that Shuter became a member of the Board of MTN Nigeria on April 13, 2017.

“The board of MTN Nigeria would like to express its appreciation to Mr. Shuter for his exemplary leadership, focus, and commitment to the success of the company.

“The board wishes him the best in his future endeavours,”

she stated.

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  1. Kudos to him for his work yesteryear s

  2. When will this pandemic stop it’s making things unstable

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