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MTN, DSTV, GOTV, Stanbic Bank shutdown offices in Nigeria over fear of attacks from Angry Nigerians.

Tuesday, 3 September 2019
MTN, DSTV, GOTV, Stanbic Bank shutdown offices in Nigeria 
Telecommunication giant, MTN withdrew the services of its staff in Abeokuta after information reached the management that MTN offices in nearby Lagos were being set on fire by angry Nigerians who were protesting the killing of Nigerians in South Africa.

The affected staff are MTN agents working on part-time basis in its outlets across the Ogun State capital.

One of the agents, who spoke with DAILY POST, said their contract with the telecommunication company has not ended, adding that they have not been paid their wages.
“Our contract with them has not ended. We started in August. They have not even paid us. They said they will get back to us. They told us to close down when they got information that MTN offices in Lagos were being burnt. They said we should not worry that our money is safe,” he spoke anonymously.
Correspondents from DAILY POST, who went round Abeokuta reports that all businesses owned by South Africans like MTN, DSTV, GOTV, Stanbic Bank have been shut down for fear of attacks from Nigerian students.

Multichoice, owners of Digital Satellite Television (DSTV) has closed its call centre on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 due to “unforeseen circumstances.”

This was disclosed via the verified Twitter handle of DSTV.

The short statement reads,
“Dear Customer, Please note that our call-center is currently unavailable due to unforeseen circumstances. You may reach us via, @DStvNgCare on Twitter, MyDStv App or WhatsApp +234 908 236 8533.”

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