President Muhammadu Buhari has charged all telecommunication companies operating in Nigeria must adhere to the rules and guidelines of the Nigerian Communications Commission, noting that registration of all mobile phone users without exception will help security agencies to pre-empt terrorist attacks. President Buhari who spoke at an interactive forum with members of the Nigerian community in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, urged telecommunications companies not to place their desire for huge profits above the security needs of the nation.
He called on all stakeholders to work in unison to halt terrorism in the country and assured members of the Nigerian community in Abu Dhabi that his administration will deal decisively with the seeming resurgence of oil theft, vandalism of pipelines and insecurity in the Niger Delta.President Buhari maintained that his government was committed to re-establishing former standards of accountability and probity in the management of public funds which were abandoned under past administrations, as he pledged that more persons who abused public trust would soon be exposed and brought to justice.
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