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CBN begins deductions on MTN, banks face-off

By CNBC
12 September 2018   |   12:14 pm
Latest reports say that the Central Bank of Nigeria has begun debiting the accounts of banks accused of illegal repatriation of 8.1 billion dollars for telco operator MTN Nigeria.

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