Kenyan Government Steps In to Standardize Mobile Money Services
Amidst anti-government protests and riots, the country's telecom operators and ISPs followed directives to shut down social media and went even further, blocking Internet access for 24 hours.
Entering into the most advanced telecom market on the African continent may also help the company's ambition to go public.
The prospect of a merger between Kenya's second- and third-largest mobile operators appears to have been revived.
Liquid Telecom has appointed industry veteran Mohamed Abdel Bassit, most recently at Orange, to lead its expansion into some of the fastest growing markets on the continent.
Reports suggest that Teleology, the new owner, has decided to withdraw, but the situation is far from clear.
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