How 9mobile responded to COVID-19 pandemic
By Abiodun Ogundairo
13 November 2020 | 4:35 pm
Alan Sinfield, the Chief Executive Officer of 9Mobile speaks to GuardianTV exclusively on customer growth, competition, COVID-19 response, and how the pandemic actually affected their revenue.
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Baky Meïté is a former captain of the Ivory Coast rugby team. Back in the spring of 2020, he put his rugby career on hold to work as a janitor in a geriatric hospital in Paris. He has now published a book, "Les Chiffons Bleus", as a tribute to his former colleagues who appear somewhat forgotten today. He joined us for Perspective.
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