Daily limit one can pay for shares is now UGX 20 million from UGX 5 million using mobile money.


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.

Danze Edwin is the Head of Digital Marketing at Next Media Services. He is a radio presenter on Nxt Radio and TV Host on NBS Television. Danze is trained by the BBC World Service, Voice of America - U.S Agency for Global Media and DW (Deutsche Welle) and studied Industrial and Fine Arts from Makerere University. He’s worked for various brands and communication agencies such as African Woman Magazine, Fireworks Advertising, Brainchild Burson Marsteller. Born and living in Kampala, Uganda