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FEC directs deployment of 5-G Network

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The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the policy on deployment of Fifth Generation network, popularly known as 5-G

The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Pantami, made this known to State House Correspondents at the end of the council meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja on Wednesday.

According to the minister, the new network will help open up opportunities in the economic, educational and health sectors, adding that security agencies will also benefit a lot from the network.

Pantami said: “I presented (a memo) before the Federal Executive Council and was approved after deliberation, that is the National Policy on 5th Generation network for Nigeria’s digital economy. That policy has been approved by the Federal Executive Council today.

“Furthermore, the policy discusses the benefits to be attained through the deployment of 5-G in Nigeria and any part of the world which includes like lower latency, larger capacity and higher date rate.

“In a simple language we can say it will open many opportunities economically, educationally and even in the health sector, and it will also support our security institutions particularly in areas where they need high quality services.”

He noted that the network would have been deployed since last year but there was a lot of outcry from the Nigerian public, which made government to stay action on that to give room for more consultations.

“In the year 2020 there was a time that we started the 5th Generation trial but there were complaints from citizens about the relationship between 5-G and COVID-!9.

“But because our government is a responsible one, we decided then, to put everything on hold and engage more stakeholders and we spent almost 18 months working on that.

“We also waited for the resolution or verdict of the two most important organisations globally when it comes to the deployment of telecommunications facilities. These are the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the World Health Organisation (WHO), which are both arms of the United Nations.

“Both of them confirmed that there is no any adverse health hazard associated with 5-G, and it has not been proven to be harmful to human health.

“Most importantly, even its frequency and radiation is even lower than that of 4-G and the electronic gadgets like the television sets and microwaves we use at home. So they have already issued that explanation about its safety.

“They also advised nations on the standards and regulations they use in the course of its redeployment,” he further explained.

He said the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) had been directed to comply with all the regulations and standards specified by the ITU and WHO.

“Furthermore, in order to create awareness and sensitise our citizens, the Nigerian Communications Commission has been reaching out to citizens through local languages to tell them the advantages of 5-G,” he said.

He said the deployment of the network would be in phases, as it will start with major cities of the country, where there is need for high quality broadband, between now and 2025.

Meanwhile, the Technical Assistant on Information Technology to the minister, Dr Femi Adeluyi, has assured in a statement that government would continue to engage all stakeholders on the policy.

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Pantami launches NCC’s five-year strategic vision plan, podcast channel

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Isa Pantami, minister of communications and digital economy, has launched the strategic vision (implementation) plan (SVP) 2021-2025 of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).

Speaking at the launch ceremony on Tuesday in Abuja, Pantami said the main function of the communications ministry was to provide an enabling environment for the private sector to thrive.

He explained that it was necessary for the private sector to be more successful because they control majority of the economy.

“Strategic vision is key to the foundation of whatever we do. Usually, strategy cascades our national policy for implementation,” Pantami said.

 

“This strategy of NCC has cascaded the two national policies that are relevant to it, most importantly, the national digital economic policy and strategy for a digital Nigeria and Nigerian national broadband plan. This is what the strategy is all about

Pantami also unveiled a compendium of the NCC EVC’s speeches and presentations titled, ‘Catalysing Nigeria’s Socio-Economic Transformation through Broadband Infrastructure’, as well as the ‘NCC Global Connect’ podcast channel.

Speaking on the SVP, Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman and chief executive officer (EVC/CEO) of NCC, said the need to re-invigorate the commission and take it to the greater heights informed the development of the new SVP.

 

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NCC Denies Plan To Shutdown Telecom Sites In Katsina State

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The National Communications Commission has refuted a trending social media story claiming that the commission has ordered telecom service providers to shutdown their sites in Katsina State as was effected in the neighbouring Zamfara State.

This is contained in a statement by, Abdu Labaran Malumfashi,DG Media and issued to a newsmen on Monday.

The Executive Vice Chaiman/CEO of NCC, Professor Umar D. Danbatta, who spoke to the the state government, said the story was false.

The NCC VC/CEO added that the purported letter trending in the social media was a cloned version of the one sent to Zamfara State, where there is a TOTAL shutdown of telecom sites.
He therefore advised that the trending news suggesting that similar action would be effected in Katstina State should be DISREGARDED, as it did not emanate from the Commission.

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