Trouble for Adenuga as FG order demolition of Glo masts nation wide - The People's Voice


Sunday, October 24, 2021

Trouble for Adenuga as FG order demolition of Glo masts nation wide


By Toyin Yusuf, Abuja

Billionaire Mike Adenuga In Trouble As FG Orders Demolition Of Glo Masts Nationwide- The Legend News

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has threatened to commence immediate demolition of telecommunication masts belonging to Globacom Nigeria Limited in different locations within Nigeria.

Credible sources told Daily Independent that the directive was given to NCAA by the Presidency following series of meetings scheduled with Globacom on the need to pay its debt.

A government official said that the presidential directives was given to all agencies of government to go after all debtors and defaulter.

NCAA in its latest letter to the Managing Director of the telecommunications company titled ‘ Re: Illegal Erection Of High Structures And Refusal To Renew Expired Height Clearance Certificates By Globacom Limited, and signed by Emmanuel Dubem Chukwuma, its Legal Adviser/ Head Compliance and Enforcement, said it will carry out demolition of the masts without further notifying Globacom.

Giving reason for its action, NCAA said despite calling calling for an adjournment of a meeting to discuss the renewal of the expired height clearance certificates on three occasions, Globacom management refused to turn up for the last meeting scheduled for September 23rd without giving any explanation for its inability to attend.

NCAA said it will not honour Globacom’s request for another meeting after failing to explain why it refused to show up for three previous meetings.

It is unfortunate that despite our concurrence to a further rescheduling of the meeting to a requested date, and so informing you through our letter of 13th September 2021, you failed to turn up for the meeting. The Director-General of the NCAA had to abort an official assignment in Europe and return to Nigeria, in order to be able to attend the meeting.

Globacom only wrote the letter under reference three days after, asking that the meeting be rescheduled, without any explanation for the failure of any management staff to show.

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