As part of a move to promote effective border security as the country prepares for the 2023 general elections, international telecommunications infrastructure company IHS has donated millions of naira worth of telecommunications equipment to the Nigerian Immigration Service. (NIS).
The company’s chief executive, Dr. Mohammad Darwish, who handed over the device to the Director General of NIS, borders on the country’s perforated state of borders and has worked closely with Nigeria’s telecommunications industry for the past 20 years. said he has been He 1 year about the best way to fix the revocation.
Gadgets included 25 high-end Motorola base stations, 155 transceivers, and other high-end communication gadgets.
So far, IHS has directly and indirectly provided employment to more than 40,000 Nigerians to reduce unemployment in the country as part of its corporate social responsibility.
NIS Director Isah Jere Idris opened his welcome speech by thanking the company for its commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and acknowledging the company’s contributions to NIS over the past two decades. His time as Secretary of the Nigerian Investment Promotion Council (NIPC).
He promised to make the most of the equipment, especially since the country is less than four weeks away from general elections.