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9mobile Joins 5G Race

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9mobile, a telecommunications company, is set to enter the 5G market, according to Karn Gulati, the Director of Strategy and Transformation. Speaking at the ‘IoT West Africa Conference and Exhibition’ in Lagos, Gulati emphasized the transformative power of 5G, particularly in relation to the Internet of Things (IoT). He highlighted the company’s focus on meeting the technological needs of the youth and their plans to transition from 2G to 4G sites before venturing into the 5G market.

Gulati explained that 5G has the potential to revolutionize connectivity by offering seamless connections, ultra-low latency, and the ability to support a vast number of devices simultaneously. This, in turn, would foster innovation and open up new possibilities. However, he stressed the importance of collaboration among various stakeholders, including telecom operators, policymakers, and industry players, to ensure a smooth and successful transition to 5G.

Building a robust 5G infrastructure requires a collective effort, as Gulati emphasized. Collaboration is essential, not only in terms of regulatory frameworks but also in making the necessary investments in network infrastructure. By working together, a cohesive ecosystem can be created, allowing the full potential of 5G to be realized.

Furthermore, Gulati highlighted 9mobile’s commitment to safeguarding the data of its users. The security and privacy of customers’ data are among the company’s top priorities. To combat cyber threats, they employ various measures, including real-time attack simulations to identify potential vulnerabilities in their mobile network infrastructure. This proactive approach enables them to address any weaknesses and mitigate risks promptly. Additionally, they provide guidance to address existing threats, prioritizing them based on their level of severity. Thorough inspection plans are also implemented to maintain robust security protocols.

Currently, only three telecom companies in Nigeria offer 5G services: MTN Nigeria, Airtel, and Mafab Communications.

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Police Rejects Tainted Recruitment List, Demands Transparency

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– Police discovers anomalies in recruitment list
– List contains unqualified and medically unfit candidates
– IGP demands transparent review of recruitment process

The Nigeria Police Force has rejected the Police Service Commission’s recruitment list due to alleged irregularities and corruption.

The list contained names of unqualified and medically unfit candidates who did not apply or failed the recruitment exercise.

Furthermore, the police spokesman, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, revealed that the list included individuals who were disqualified due to financial dealings and corrupt practices.

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Olukayode Egbetokun, has written to the Chairman of the Police Service Commission objecting to the list.

Consequently, the police have dissociated themselves from the published list and called for a transparent review of the recruitment process.

“The same people who recruited anyhow for the police today will turn round to accuse the police tomorrow of inefficiency when their recruits start messing up,” Adejobi stated.

The police are determined to recruit “qualified, competent, trainable, and productive hands into the Nigeria Police Force.

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Rivers Varsity Suspends Four Students Over Brutal Assault

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– Four students suspended for assaulting a colleague
– Suspension lasts for one academic session
– Students urged to live in peace and harmony

The Rivers State University has suspended four students linked to the brutalization of their colleague, Victor Tobins. The students, who are members of the Man O’ War, were suspended for one academic session.

According to the university’s management, the students’ actions contravened the institution’s regulations. Management saw the actions as contrary to the regulations of the University.

The students had beaten Tobins, a 300-level student, black and blue, inflicting injuries on his right eye and other parts of his body. The development sparked a protest among students, who demanded the disbandment of the Man O’ War from campus.

The university’s management intervened, promising to take action within 24 hours. The management has since suspended the four students, urging students to live in peace and harmony.

“We urge the student population to continue to live in peace and harmony and comply scrupulously with all the rules and regulations of the University,” the management said.

 

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