Friday, June 24, 2016

BHARTI AIRTEL COMMITS TO TANZANIA AS IT EXITS TTCL

TREASURY Registrar, Mr Lawrence Mafuru (left) and Bharti Airtel Africa CEO, Christian De Faria signing an agreement to exit its shareholding in Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) where it had 35% Equity together with the Government of Tanzania holding 65%. Looking on center is the Deputy Permanent Secretary Ministry of Construction Work and Communication Dr. Maria Sasabo, and other government officials. The Signing ceremony took place today at TTCL Head Office Samora Street Dar es Salaam.
TREASURY Registrar, Mr Lawrence Mafuru (left) display Bharti Airtel shareholding certificate soon after Bharti Airtel Africa CEO, Christian De Faria (right) signed an agreement to exit its shareholding in Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) where Bharti Airtel had 35%.
Airtel Africa team with Tanzania Government delegates soon after signing an agreement for Bharti Airtel to exit its 35% shareholding in Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL )were Government of Tanzania will own 100% equity.
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Airtel Tanzania (Airtel) announced that it has signed an agreement with Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) to complete the sale of its 35% shareholding in the fixed line business to the Government of Tanzania.

Airtel Africa’s Executive Chairman, Christian de Faria said, “The completion of the sale of Bharti Airtel’s shareholding in TTCL to the Government marks the end of a long and mutually beneficial journey in fixed line telecommunications. Airtel remains committed to Tanzania as it continues its strategic partnership with the Government through the mobile business - Airtel Tanzania, and will continue to invest to grow the business further.”

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