Ogero Director General Imad Kreidieh said that “we sound alarm whenever we feel that there is an imminent danger facing the sector,” stressing that the internet outage is a catastrophic scenario.”
Kreidieh had previously warned that Ogero would stop providing its services for banks if the authority’s employees were not able to benefit from Central Bank’s Circular 161.
Kreidieh wrote on his Twitter account: “We denounce the humiliation witnessed by our heroes. There will never be a private sector without the public sector. Accordingly, if Ogero employees are unable to benefit from the Central Bank’s Circular No. 161 tomorrow, our services will immediately be halted for the refraining banks. We have no rights for those who withhold their rights from our employees.”