Where to find your stolen phones

by | Jul 1, 2017

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In conjunction with a software company, the Computer and Allied Product Dealers Association of Nigeria (CAPDAN) in Ikeja Computer Village have launched a website where stolen phones could be tracked with a unified phone database.

While this may be seen by as an effort for the tech cluster to redeem its reputation, it also serves as a reminder of a bigger problem. There is nothing unified in Nigeria. What can be done about this?

 

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Omotola Omolayo
Omotola Omolayo

Writer. Photographer. Interested in African culture, history, politics and policies.

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