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Nigerian government bans unauthorised use of drones, broadcast equipment

The federal government has, as part of broad measures to stem the tide of insecurity in the country, banned the unauthorised acquisition of firearms, drones and broadcast equipment.

This was disclosed on Thursday by the National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno, during the General Security Appraisal Committee Meeting at the Office of NSA (ONSA) in Abuja.

Mr Monguno stressed that the abuse of social media platforms in addition to the illicit acquisition of controlled items by none state actors have become the major source of insecurity in the country.

To this end, he warned those already in possession of these unauthorised items to surrender them to the appropriate authorities in order to avoid the full wrath the law.

“…members of the public are sternly warned against illicit acquisition of controlled items such as firearms, remotely piloted aircraft (drones) and broadcast equipment amongst others. Accordingly, those with such illegally acquired controlled items are hereby advised to voluntarily surrender them to the appropriate security agencies,” he said.

 

 

– Premium Times

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