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President of Association of Telecoms Companies (ATCON) of Nigeria, Olusola Teniola says the planned 9 per cent Communication Service Tax represents an additional burden to telecoms subscribers. To discuss the implications of this move, Olusola Teniola joins CNBC Africa for more.
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