MTN Nigeria Communication PLC has raised concerns about the widespread vandalism of its sites, infrastructure, and national assets, not only in the South East but across Nigeria as a whole.
During the inaugural Anambra Investment Summit 2023, themed ‘Role of Corporate Governance in Building Sustainable Businesses,’ held in Awka, Anambra State, Callima Inino, the General Manager of Regional Operations in the East, revealed these issues while interacting with journalists.
MTN struggles with signal booster issues
Inino, while addressing various challenges, highlighted that the company is currently facing deliberate damage to fiber-optic cables during construction activities. He also noted, “We are dealing with issues related to signal boosters within the market area, which have a negative impact on network quality.”
“These are among the uncontrollable variables that we continuously address to ensure that our valued customers can access their services, especially during emergencies, and receive value for their money.”
“This is one of the reasons we are here – to collaborate with the government to safeguard our infrastructure and ensure the provision of quality and efficient services to the people,” he stated.