Hopefully there will be a silver lining for all the MTN users in Nigeria. The Minister of communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Pantami has said something concerning the issue of mtn users' inability to recharge their line directly from their banks. The Minister took to his official page on Twitter and wrote this:
He acknowledged that he has some knowledge about the fallout between the South Africa owned telecommunications company, MTN and some banks in Nigeria. It was not long when people noticed they could not recharge their lines from their banks, the issue became the most discussed on Twitter. Judging by the voluminous amount of complaints from the citizens, it will be ludicrous of the Minister to play deaf to it. He also promised that the issue will be resolved in no time.
Although the real reason behind this anomaly is not yet revealed, many assumptions have been made by Twitter users. Some of these assumptions are shown below:The masses believe the reason behind this is probably because MTN could not meet up with the tariff imposed by banks. As at the time of writing this article, nothing as of yet has not been confirmed.
The only thing now is to be hoping and trusting the Minister's word to resolve the fracas. Use the comments segment to air your candid opinion on the issue.
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