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Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:20pm On May 25, 2015
Scarcity of Petroleum Products: Etisalat Announces Possible Outages To Network Operations


Etisalat Nigeria today announced possible disruptions to its operations and services as a result of the current nationwide scarcity of petroleum products. Management stated that the company is working assiduously to minimise the impact given the circumstances.
The scarcity of petroleum products has impacted every sector of the economy and the provision of telecommunications services is no exception. We are however working with partners and doing all that is possible to continue to deliver quality services in spite of the challenge. Such a prolonged situation threatens our ability to re-fuel all our sites and thus negatively impacting service.
Etisalat reiterates its commitment to delivering quality services and asks for understanding from all customers who might be impacted during this period.
Management.

www.facebook.com/notes/etisalat-nigeria/scarcity-of-petroleum-products-etisalat-announces-possible-outages-to-network-op/840480595987125/?refid=17

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:23pm On May 25, 2015
Remaining glo among network providers to release it statement on fuel scarcity.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Ibiblaze(m): 1:28pm On May 25, 2015
May God help Nigeria
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by dhesire(m): 1:34pm On May 25, 2015
I pray, we'll be outta of this mess soon.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Ezenwammadu(m): 1:34pm On May 25, 2015
I don die be dat.All my network is down

Time to port to glo with pride

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:34pm On May 25, 2015
For those people who thought it wasn't their business when MTN and Airtel said theirs

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:34pm On May 25, 2015
It is getting tough each day
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by indomitable234: 1:34pm On May 25, 2015
This is getting out of hand,Jonathan wants to cripple this nation before he hands over to Buhari,trying to give him a difficult start

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by ramdris(m): 1:34pm On May 25, 2015
We don enter am!.

And where are those bloody mofos that wants the "Arungun" GEJ to win the Moe Ibrahim's award when he is about leaving the country in ruins as against how he met it.

GEJ turned this country from "credit" to "debit", from "boom" to "doom" from "progression" to "regression"......... It has never been this bad since I can recall. The economy is almost dead and yet some nitwit will not see anything wrong in him just because he comes from their zone as if that will put food on in their stomach..

God please use GMB to cleanse this land of all the bundle of problem GEJ brought upon this great nation.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Adesiji77: 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
Time to get the sim cards of all networks in the country

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by spicytayomic(m): 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
In HD mode

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by AutosBay(m): 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
It is well and someone is busy smiling to the bank during this pathetic situation, there was a country.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
APC has its job cut out for it.

In 1933....the US was in the throes of the Great Depression. Yet...thanks to the leadership of Franklin Delano Roosevelt...the US got out of the depression and into high economic productivity.....and well onto the road of being the No 1 economy.

Can Buhari do better? He must focus on Power supply and fuel supply.....so that we can get out of this current crisis without any stress. And we must spend more on public transport and education....so that we can get off oil and become a truly diversified economy.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by CaptainAmerica: 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
cry cry
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
E remain glo but dem no go talk cos dem sabi where buy back market.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by onandon: 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
Mtn, Airtel & now Etisalat. Time to port to glo. Glo = Conoil grin

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by duchez(m): 1:35pm On May 25, 2015
Unabefool:
Remaining glo among network providers to release it statement on fuel scarcity.

lalasticlala
The owner of glo owns Conoil, so don't expect any statement.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by adewumiopeyemi(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
TOLL Gate to oshodi nw 1000 shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked GOD HELP NIGERIA

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
I trust me GLO.... Always on

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
As long as this zoo burns, let it get to a point where something like Arab spring will be the last option, till then let it get worse pls.
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by allanphash7(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
I still dont wanna beleive that jonathan is still alive








If he does then he is a basttard

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
It is like living in a post-apocalyptic nightmare! How can our leaders appear to be doing nothing while the whole country sits on a keg of gun powder? Foreign and national investors are shutting down slowly, the roads are dry, motorists are parking, hotels are closing, prices are shooting up, light is a story for the gods, fuel is a scarce commodity, water cannot be pumped. For a country blessed with mineral and natural resources, I don't believe we can ever degrade to this level! Even the amount of internet users have dwindled because phones are dead. Nigeria needs a miracle! IT IS WELL!!!

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by emmatok(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
But what happened to diesel, most Telco used diesel.

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by mephobia(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
Only glo go stand confirm... after all baba adenuga owns a river of diesel
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Adamo84(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
We are patiently waiting for them to shut down so Nigeria can return to the 80's and 90's where we only have to listen to Radio for Information, power was much stable then compared to what else have now though but all thanks to the PDP for their effort to get us back into the 50's and 60's where darkness was known to be in vogue

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by tolexy007(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
nairaland we are waiting for urs too grin

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Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
Thnk God for glo.
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by yungchief(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
shocked
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Kolade354(m): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
Good News Glo too shld follow.
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by tohpahz(f): 1:36pm On May 25, 2015
And It gets worse each day.. sad
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by intergral(m): 1:37pm On May 25, 2015
Na wah o...
Re: Etisalat Nigeria Statement On Fuel Scarcity by Jagaban461(m): 1:37pm On May 25, 2015
Do as your wish,,,,,,,,,,,glo go remain grin

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