Technology has allowed us to interact with many people. We have had interactions with more than 1,000 potential investors.
MTN International owned 96% of shares in Uganda but now owns 76% of the company, and the other 4% belong to Mr. Mbiire.
Wim Vanhelleputte, MTN CEO: Upon request from our customers, we decided to increase the daily limit one can pay for shares to UGX 20 million from UGX 5 million using mobile money.
MTN International has committed a 1 Trillion expansion over the next three years in Uganda and is still 76% owners of MTN Uganda, so they are not planning on leaving the country as some people claim.
Monday 4 pm is the moment the offer of the #MTNIPO will close. This is the last chance. We are remaining with three days, so I call on all those that still want to buy shares in MTN Uganda to please do so.
We have also been to Nairobi, Kenya, to give a chance to our fellow East African citizens to buy shares in MTN Uganda.