Fuel scarcity hits Airtel

The lingering fuel scarcity situation in Nigeria has started taking its toll on telecommunications and the first of all the operators to own up to this is Airtel Networks Limited.

According to a statement released by the company, Airtel has informed its numerous consumers not to expect a stable data and voice services should the current situation persist.

“While we are currently doing everything within our means as well as going the extra mile to ensure that all our base stations and switches are up and running, it is sad to note that it is becoming increasingly difficult to replenish current stock of diesel due to the lingering scarcity of the products,” the statements read.

It therefore apologised in advance for any drop in service during this period.

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