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MTN Nigeria has confirmed that it has temporarily closed its Kaduna Service Centre on Bank Road, Abapa, Kaduna State after one of its staff tested positive for COVID-19.

The test was conducted on Saturday, August 14, a statement by company spokesman Lakinbofa Goodluck said.

The company has advised “any customer or guest who used the facility within the last 2 weeks, beginning July 31, 2020” to contact the Kaduna State Emergency for guidance if they feel unwell or require COVID-19 testing.

“We continue to observe strict adherence to all mandated precautions across our open stores nationwide, operating reduced hours, maintaining strict hygiene, ensuring compulsory use of facemasks, and adopting physical distancing measures,” the statement added.

“As guided by the authorities, we suggest that any customer or guest who used the facility within the last 2 weeks, beginning July 31 2020, should contact the Kaduna State Emergency numbers on 08035871662, 08025088304, 08032401473, 08037808191 OR NCDC on 08097000010 (toll free) for guidance if they feel unwell or require COVID-19 testing.

“We continue to observe strict adherence to all mandated precautions across our open stores nationwide, operating reduced hours, maintaining strict hygiene, ensuring compulsory use of facemasks and adopting physical distancing measures.

“Although our other service centres in Kaduna remain open, our virtual services also provide a secure and convenient option. Customers can contact us for support 24 hours a day on MTN Livechat, myMTNapp, Whatsapp: 090330000001, tweet @MTN180, Facebook @MTNLoaded, or send us an email on customercareng@mtn.com.”

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