Expresso to Lose Its License to Operate in Ghana–As Its Debt Stock Has Reportedly Been Growing
For customers who have being wondering for long what is happening with the mobile telecommunication service provider, Expresso, formally known as Kasapa, well there is some news for you.
According to Citi Business News, the National Communication Authority (NCA) has begun the regulatory processes to revoke the license of the telecommunication Company.
Henry Kanor, the NCA’s Director for Engineering explained in an interview with Citi Business News that the prolonged inactivity of Expresso has affected the company’s sub – contractors, workers and other industry stakeholders and has created a shortfall in the revenue targets of the regulator and governments.
Mr Kanor further stated that “The status quo cannot remain the same for long; we want to make sure that customers get the best services, we want to get revenues for government and as regulator we need revenue to survive.”
The Mobile Telecommunication operator has been suffering for a while now due to the inability of Sudatel (Sudan Telecom) Group, owners of the company to re-capitalize it.
Sudatel is handicapped by international sanctions on Sudan, because of which they are unable to move money around to recapitalize their operations outside of Sudan, particularly Ghana.
As a result, Expresso Ghana’s debt stock has reportedly been growing, and the telco has been losing customers consistently for more than a year now with its market share being reduced to about 0.36% as at the first quarter of this year.
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