Alright, so aside from that I will like to share with you on how to solve this problem of Blogger not opening on Glo Networks.
3 Quick Steps on How to Make Blogger Custom Domain Open on GLO Network 
Step 1 – Activating HTTPS on BlogSpot
Now, this is the very first step to take. You need to activate HTTPS, probably you might have not activated yours yet, here is how to do it.
On your Blogger.com Dashboard, Go to Settings, then Basic.
STEP 2: Fixing Blogger HTTPS Mixed Content Errors
How to Fix HTTPS Mixed Content Error on Blogger
• Fixing HTTPS Error in the Layout
• Fixing HTTPS Mixed Content Error in the Theme Editor
You can check here on ElochiBlog Blogger Template to get it.
STEP 3: How to Make Blogger Custom Domain Open on Glo Network Perfectly
This also solves the few challenges and problems encountered by users who activated cloudflare on their blogger blogs.
Now, you can easily activate cloudflare on your blog or re-activate it by following the few guides listed below.
So, let’s quickly see the Ultimate Solution for Glo not Opening Blogspot Blogs in 2022 and how to make blogger custom domain open on Glo network.
Creating a Free Cloudflare Account
Just leave them like that. Depending on your registrar record.
Just quickly type the sentence below into Google search engine.
Now, let’s continue while it’s still propagating.
This SSL/TLS Settings is very much delicate as one might get errors so I recommend you choose “Full (strict)” at first.
If after sometimes while using the cloudflare you see errors like Host Error, Origin Error, Cloudflare Error 502, Error 522 or Error 523 etc.
You don’t need to panic, and if you are already having any of these error, quickly change the SSL/TLS encryption to “Full” or “Flexible“.
Once you do this above correctly, your site will be back and the errors is gone for ever.
But here, you select the last option which is “Full (strict)” and proceed.
Then hover over to the next option after “Overview” and click on “Edge Certificates”
Scroll down and locate the “Always use HTTPS” and Switch it to ON.
Also, locate the “Automatic HTTPS Rewrites” and switch to ON.
Now click on the next option as “Origin Server”
Scroll down and tap at the right side of “Authenticated Origin Pulls” to switch it ON.
Page Rule 1:
Page Rule 2:
Page Rule 3:
After setting up all your 3 Page Rules, Quickly go to the first Page Rule and click on Edit to add more settings.
Now, on the top navigation tab click on the “Network” button.
Scroll down and locate the option “HTTP/3 (with QUIC)” and turn it ON.
Scroll again and locate the option “WebSockets” and turn it ON.
Scroll down also and locate the option “IP-Geolocation” and turn it ON.
Then select the next option as “Optimization” after “Overview”.