"Nokia's business operations and support to our customers in the country have not been affected by the brief office closure", the Finnish multinational ICT firm said in a statement issued this morning via African Media Agency.
Nokia has operated in Nigeria for over a decade. The company reiterated its commitment to conduct "business with sound corporate governance", like in other markets where it have a presence.
"We are always mindful that our business success is based upon superior commercial propositions and long-lasting partnerships with regulators, governments, suppliers, customers, partners and employees in all our markets.
"We take our responsibilities and obligations very seriously to build a sustainable industry that contributes to the growth of local economies. Nokia remain fully committed to acting in accordance with applicable requirements and regulations when delivering world-class connectivity solutions to the Nigerian market, in adherence with Nokia's culture of high-performance, innovation and integrity", Nokia said.