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DStv and GOtv warn Nigerian customers of service disruption due Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway construction

Relocation Efforts Aim to Mitigate Interruptions During Ongoing Infrastructure Project

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DStv and GOtv subscribers in Nigeria have been advised to brace for potential service disruptions from Sunday, May 5, to Tuesday, May 7, owing to the ongoing construction of the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway.

In a social media announcement shared on Friday, DStv assured customers of its commitment to minimizing interruptions by relocating its facility.

The statement outlined the impact of the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Road construction on the company’s uplink facility, necessitating the relocation process. During the specified period, from May 5 to May 7, 2024, the technical team will be diligently working to facilitate the relocation and mitigate service disruptions.

Expressing appreciation for customers’ patience and understanding, DStv and GOtv reiterated their dedication to delivering quality service and support throughout the transition period.

According to reports by PUNCH Online, demolition work for the 700km Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway project commenced earlier in the week. The Minister of Works, David Umahi, disclosed that the construction, estimated to cost N15 trillion, is slated for completion within an eight-year timeline.

As infrastructure development progresses, the relocation efforts by DStv and GOtv underscore their commitment to ensuring uninterrupted service delivery amidst the challenges posed by large-scale construction projects.

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