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NCC EVC, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta

5G deployment claims: Get accurate information from NCC, Danbatta urges Nigerians

IT News Nigeria:

The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, has urged Nigerians to get accurate information from apex telecoms regulator in the land as against relying on social media as regards 5G deployment in Lagos and other states of the federation.

Danbatta said this yesterday in a statement in response to insinuations being spread by some individuals through viral video, audio and textual contents on social media, where they wrongly claim that some ongoing digging/excavation activities and laying of fibre optic cables by MNOs in Lagos and in some other states are connected to 5G equipment deployments.

The EVC called on Nigerians to disregard such unfounded and ill-motivated information in its entirety regardless of whoever, no matter how highly-placed or lowly-placed, is making the insinuation.

  “As the telecoms regulator, we enjoin Nigerians to get accurate information from us rather than relying on information emanating on social media by some individuals out of ignorance to misinform our people,” Danbatta said.

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