By Rahmatullah Mahmud

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has issued a stern warning to Nigerians through its social media platforms about the dangers of purchasing pre-registered SIM cards.

The Commission emphasized that this practice is illegal and could lead to severe consequences, including imprisonment.

They highlighted that individuals using these SIM cards might inadvertently become implicated in crimes such as identity theft, financial fraud, kidnapping, and armed robbery.

Moreover, the NCC pointed out that the use of pre-registered SIM cards compromises the accuracy of consumer information and hampers efforts to track criminals effectively.

By using such SIM cards, the reliability of data collected on consumers is undermined, making it challenging for authorities to identify and apprehend the actual perpetrators of crimes.

The NCC’s message aims to educate the public on the risks associated with pre-registered SIM cards and encourage compliance with legal guidelines to enhance national security.


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