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Substandard telephones in charge of disease illnesses, NCC cautions

Nigerians have been cautioned to avoid utilizing substandard telephones. Reason: it is in charge of some tumor diseases, the Nigerian Correspondences Commission (NCC) said yesterday.

An authority of the commission, Mr Kunle Olorundare, gave the notice at a partners workshop composed by the Ibadan Zonal office of the NCC in Ado Ekiti.

Olorundare, who mourned that phony telephones had assumed control over the nation's telephone showcase, included that such telephones have had negative ramifications on the soundness of their clients.

The NCC official likewise recognized unapproved telephones as a noteworthy reason for arrange interferences.

He said the prevalence of substandard telephones was making huge harm arrange administrations and wellbeing of clients.

Olorundare cautioned that venders of unapproved Data and Correspondence Innovation (ICT) items were ridiculing the commission's Demonstration.

He said they could confront indictment or seizure of their market things on the off chance that they didn't halt from offering such hereafter.

Olorundare additionally exhorted telephone venders the nation over to guarantee the telephones they purchase from producers and merchants were endorsed by the NCC.

He included that the NCC had a rundown of all Data and Correspondence ICT items affirmed available to be purchased and use in Nigeria.

Another authority of the commission, who spoke to the Head of Zonal Operations in Abuja, Mr. Ekisola Oladosu, guaranteed that the NCC would do all inside its forces to check the multiplication of substandard telephones.

He noticed that the undertaking of purifying the Nigerian telephone showcase laid on all partners, and approached Nigerians to help the battle.

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