FG shuts down Glo Station in Abuja  for this shocking reason

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The Federal Government has shut down the Glo Station in Abuja.

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority shut down a base station run by telecommunications company in Wuse 2 Abuja on Wednesday due to a N5 billion debt.

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Capt. Musa Nuhu, the NCAA’s Director of Security, led a team of security operatives to the Glo Center for the enforcement.

Until Glo commits to a payment schedule, Nuhu said, the agency will continue to disable Glo’s Main Switch Centres across the country.

Sam Adurogboye, an NCAA spokesman, confirmed the news to Ejes Gist  on Wednesday.

“One of Glo’s coordinating centers in Abuja was shut down today to put pressure on the company to agree to a payment plan. NCAA owed us money, and we’ve been working on it for years. They don’t show up for meetings and don’t offer a payment plan,” he explained to our correspondent.

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The NCAA spokesman said the agency had written to several times about the issue, but that the mobile network operator had refused to honor meeting invitations.

‘Re: Illegal Erection of High Structures and Refusal to Renew Expired Aviation Height Clearance Certificates by Limited,’ according to the most recent follow-up letter obtained by  Ejes Gist News, dated October 4, 2021. Following ’s failure to pay the required fees totaling N5.9 billion, NCAA threatened that it would have no choice but to begin dismantling its masts across the country without further notice.

“In the circumstances, having exhausted all avenues for resolving this matter, we are now left with no choice but to impose the appropriate sanctions, which include the nationwide dismantling of all your non-compliant masts.” “And this shall be without further notice to you,” the letter reads, signed by NCAA Legal Adviser/Head, Compliance and Enforcement, Emmanuel Chukwuma, and addressed to the NCAA Legal Adviser/Head, Compliance and Enforcement, Emmanuel Chukwuma.

“I am directed to inform you that the NCAA is not inclined to grant this latest (fourth) request to reschedule the meeting, especially since no reason for your non-attendance on the previous date was given.”

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“In the circumstances, having exhausted all avenues for resolving this matter, we are now left with no choice but to impose the appropriate sanctions, which include the nationwide dismantling of all your non-compliant masts.” “And this will take place without further notice to you,” it added.

As of press time, attempts to obtain the comments of ’s Head of Public Relations, Andrew Okeleke, were unsuccessful.

 

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