JUST IN: FG Shuts Down Glo, Gives Reason

The federal government on Wednesday announced the shutdown of major facility of Nigeria’s telecommunications giant, Glo over debt.

Pampamnews gathered that the Globacom (Glo) facility in Wuse 2 Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, was shut down by Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).

NCAA shut down Glo network Abuja base station over a N4.7bn debt owed by the Mike Adenuga owned Globacom.

JUST IN: FG Shuts Down Glo, Gives Reason

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The closing down of of Glo network Abuja base station was spearheaded by the director-general of the NCAA, Capt. Musa Nuhu, and was supervised by the Minister of Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika.
Meanwhile, Newsone Nigeria

The DG disclosed that the shutdown will continue on a number of Glo’s Main Switch Centres (MSC) accros the country until the telecom company commits to a payment schedule.