MTN Nigeria Hosts Capital Markets Day (

MTN Nigeria Hosts Capital Markets Day


MTN Nigeria Communications Plc (MTN Nigeria) held its Capital Markets Day at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja on November 14 and 15, 2023. The ICT company also announced progress on achieving its ‘Ambition 2025’ Strategy, and the emerging opportunities in Nigeria’s digital economy to local and international investors.

Commenting on MTN Nigeria’s approach to the Capital Markets Day, Ralph Mupita, the President and CEO, MTN Group said: “We felt it’s important we tell our story to the providers of capital in the way we know best and wherever we find ourselves, we will tell the story. One of the objectives is to expose the investors to the authorities, in particular around how the structural reforms will be made and the impact on investment. We are confident that the current administration is on the right path and will continue to advance the enabling environment for private sector growth in Nigeria.”

The Capital Markets Day also included a visit to the Wuse Market in Abuja, and a gala night, to serenade the investors with music from top Nigerian artistes including Cobhams Asuquo and Made Kuti.

The event was attended by local and international investors who had the opportunity to engage high-level representatives of the Nigerian government on the country’s macroeconomic reforms, as well as MTN Nigeria executives, who provided a comprehensive overview of the company’s progress against key “Ambition 2025” growth indicators.

Introducing MTN’s Nigeria’s presentations, the MTN CEO, Karl Toriola said: “I am encouraged and excited at the prospect of a liberal economic reform agenda for Nigeria that presents an opportunity to unleash its latent growth potential. The recognition that private sector investment will be critical to that is clear, and we are already seeing steps being taken to enable the business environment. We believe that Nigeria continues to present significant opportunities for us to deliver inclusive growth and expand access to connectivity while also supporting the drive for financial inclusion.”

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