“Some raised concerns about Zain’s operations in Sudan. Much of it was down to the country’s currency value. Once it stabilises, we’ll do better. Still, we grew at 30 per cent in Sudan, which is unprecedented,” he said. He added that he was not concerned about the repayment of the debt incurred from Zain group.
“Omantel has received dividends that will cover our requirements as far the year 2018 is concerned. So, this nullifies the risk. Our internal capability to generate cash flow is reasonably good and we are not worried. Also, we are paying off our loans in a long term process. So, that gives us some breathing space,” Mamari further added.