Stella Dimoko National Assembly Reportedly Approves N4.87bn To Track And Monitor Calls And Messages Of Nigerians


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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

National Assembly Reportedly Approves N4.87bn To Track And Monitor Calls And Messages Of Nigerians



  1. Haaaaaaa! Finally! This country is finished. It is over.

    1. Finished my foot!!! With the level of insecurity we need such as a matter of national security. Only thing wrong with this is the fact that it was made public. Such things should be tagged as part of Defence budget and not specified. Lots of 1st world countries have more advanced versions of this tech just so you know.

    2. St Elsewhere Phoenix14 July 2021 at 08:55

      You see this 9th National Assembly. They are just hell bent in ending Nigeria. Yesterday all the reps and senators met Buhari at night. To discuss what exactly? Hmmm

  2. Wow!
    How low can this government go

  3. Sigh...even whatsapp calls and messages are encrypted. Whoever wants to chop money should just say so...

  4. We have not gotten to our destination..we are still looking for vehicle.

    I need not bother myself cuz I know it won't work ou.why? Because they will loot the funds, retrieve it and reloot it again

  5. Okay! but not on WhatsApp though! heheheheheh

  6. I think its a welcome development,with the high rise of insecurities and all,I think monitoring calls will help, you shouldn't be scared so far you have no skeleton in your cupboard

  7. @treasure, what have they been able to achieve in the area of security with the previous measures put in place like SIM registration and NIN?

  8. Most data held by internet companies is encrypted so pray tell, how will the Nigerian government track? Even data transfer is encrypted too. The likes of Airtel, etisalat and co can’t even see messages on the WhatsApp App because they are just ISPs.
    Ok assuming it’s possible, after tracking, what next?
    What will they do with the information?
    Useless bunch, how did we get here as a country.
    The highest level of corruption


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