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Etisalat has filed a lawsuit against MTN and Visafone to challenge the acquisition, which will enable MTN Nigeria to deploy wireless broadband services in Africa’s biggest economy.

The Leadership newspaper reported on Friday that Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court in Lagos, on Thursady, struck out a suit filed Etisalat Nigeria challenging MTN’s use of the 800 megahertz (MHZ) spectrum following the acquisition of Visafone for lack of jurisdiction.

Etisalat had, through its counsel, Femi Atoyebi, asked the court to declare that the sale of Visaphone to MTN illegal, and null and void, as it did not follow the proper procedure required by law.  But MTN, through its lawyer, Adeniyi Adegbomire, filed  a notice of preliminary objection, arguing that the court did not have jurisdiction to entertain the suit.

He argued that the NCC is empowered by constitution to approve,  regulate, sanction and issue directory on the operations of service providers in Nigeria.

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