Emerging Markets Telecommunication Services Ltd. EMTS, trading as Etisalat Nigeria, on Monday said it would unite on its Nigerian personality regardless of Etisalat Group’s withdrawal from the Nigerian market.
That was in response to reports in regards to Etisalat Group’s withdrawal of the privilege to the proceeded with utilization of the Etisalat mark in Nigeria by EMTS.
Prior on Monday, Hatem Dowidar, the CEO of Etisalat International, had said that the organization would eliminate the telecom group’s image in Nigeria.
Be that as it may, an announcement marked by Ibrahim Dikko, EMTS Vice President Regulatory and Corporate Affairs, said the organization has a legitimate and subsisting concurrence with the Etisalat Group, which qualifies EMTS for utilize the Etisalat mark despite the current changes inside the Company.
“In our 9 years of operation, we have remained a prime driver and ardent supporter of the Nigerian soul of perfection, and we will keep on staying consistent with our “Naijacentric personality”.
EMTS contended that the brand is digging in for the long haul, adding that it would keep on building Nigerian organizations and enable Nigerians with an emphasis on the adolescent.