The Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has said it will soon deploy the Five Generation network (5G) in Nigeria.

 

The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, disclosed this in Abuja in an interview with (NAN).

 

Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

 

He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

 

The minister discarded concerns that COVID-19 was associated with the deployment of the 5G communications network.

 

“I want to give you the assurance that 5G communication network is in the pipeline.”

 

Pantami added that the ministry had started discussions with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) concerning spectrum for commercial purposes and will soon give it to mobile operators to start deployment.

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  2. 5G network can not change anything in this country, because security is information and if we are not passing information or not holding the people that are responsible for the crime committed inrespect of tribe or higher office how the 5G work.

  3. Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has said it will soon deploy the Five Generation network (5G) in Nigeria.

    The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, disclosed this in Abuja in an interview with (NAN).

    Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

    He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

    The minister discarded concerns that COVID-19 was associated with the deployment of the 5G communications network.

    “I want to give you the assurance that 5G communication network is in the pipeline.”

    Pantami added that the ministry had started discussions with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) concerning spectrum for commercial purposes and will soon give it to mobile operators to start deployment.

  4. He thanked Ngige for going the extra miles to ensure that officers across Ministries and agencies who are relevant to tackling the doctors’ demands are put on their toes.

  5. My prayer is that it will not have any negative effect on us all.Although minister has discarded the concern that Covid-19 was associated with the deployment of the 5G communication Network. I pray so because If peradventure there is health threat most of you people in government will run abroad for treatment. Let me just assume that the investigations and the research with trial absolving it of posing security or health threat. Best Luck for we poor masses in Nigeria.

  6. The Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has said it will soon deploy the Five Generation network (5G) in Nigeria.

    The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, disclosed this in Abuja in an interview with (NAN).

    Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

    He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

    The minister discarded concerns that COVID-19 was associated with the deployment of the 5G communications network.

    “I want to give you the assurance that 5G communication network is in the pipeline.”

    Pantami added that the ministry had started discussions with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) concerning spectrum for commercial purposes and will soon give it to mobile operators to start deployment.

  7. Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

    He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

    The minister discarded concerns that COVID-19 was associated with the deployment of the 5G communications network.

  8. Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

  9. We have not completely exhausted the 4GLTE now you are bringing in 5G net work
    Why do like copying other nations who are already millions of miles away ahead of us?

  10. Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

    He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

  11. He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

    The minister discarded concerns that

  12. Pantami added that the ministry had started discussions with the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) concerning spectrum for commercial purposes and will soon give it to mobile operators to start deployment

  13. The Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy has said it will soon deploy the Five Generation network (5G) in Nigeria.

    The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, disclosed this in Abuja in an interview with (NAN).

    Pantami disclosed that the decision to deploy the 5G network followed an outcome of thorough investigations, research and trial absolving it of posing security or health threat.

    He mentioned that the national policy on 5G stands at 95 per cent done and will be presented to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) in due course.

    The minister discarded concerns that COVID-19 was associated with the deployment of the 5G communications network.

    “I want to give you the assurance that 5

  14. noticed that the Southern and Eastern governors, senators and other political leaders doesn’t care about the well-being of their subjects. Have you seen or heard any of them condemn the Sars unlawful operations? Of course not.

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