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The Management of DAAR Communications Plc, owners of AIT and Raypower, has said that its service which was disrupted at the instance of the Rivers State government will be restored soon.

The management while providing an update on the recent developments concerning its operations in Rivers State in a statement in Abuja said: “on September 4th, 2023, at approximately 10:am, a joint operation involving the Rivers State Government and federal security agencies resulted in the collapse of the Transmission Mast for AIT and Raypower in Port-Harcourt.”


The management disclosed that the unfortunate incident caused severe damage to the transmitter building and antennas, rendering AIT and Raypower terrestrial transmission temporarily unavailable.

The Management of DAAR Communications PLC assured its audience that alternative means to access AIT and Raypower content remain accessible online.

Additionally, it said the company is actively engaged in efforts to expedite the restoration of terrestrial broadcasting services.

They noted that the ongoing dispute between DAAR Communications PLC and the Rivers State Government is currently under judicial consideration, and therefore, further comments on the matter will be withheld to avoid prejudicing the legal process. Adding that, the public will be kept informed of any developments in due course.

DAAR Communications PLC expressed gratitude to well-meaning Nigerians, media organizations, corporate interests, and political stakeholders who offered sympathy and support.

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