Pay Per View stand I have promised Nigerian Subscribers, told lawmakers and Cable TV Operators – Hon SINA BILESANMI, National President, ATCIS-Nigeria ~Ajasa-Info

The Foremost Telecom’s Subscriber Activist – Hon Prince (Amb) Sina Bilesanmi aka Ojueko speaking during this press interview at the last day of his church 109th in Session of Nigerian Baptist Convention, today thursday 28th April, 2022. Hon Prince Sina Bilesanmi aka Ojueko. National President Association of Telephone, Cable TV & Internet Subscribers of Nigeria, the leading masses advocacy body that promote Subscriber interests as well as defends Subscriber right in Nigeria with over 197,768,482 million active Subscribers membership strength across 36 States within the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria. quote that “The most serious failure of leadership is well the failure to foresee by Robert K. Greenleaf’ Thank GOD for his knowledge, Powers, Protection and Wisdom’s upon all Excos how we handle issues and solve it through court process with Federal Government of Nigeria. It would be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, gave the directive for the implementation and commencement of the exercise in December 2020, as part of the administration’s security and social policies.

The deadlines for the NIN-SIM linkage has been extended on multiple occasions law suit against FG by ATCIS-Nigeria on behalf of Subscribers across 36 state within six geopolitical zone of Nigeria, following court order to allow Nigerian Subscribers to freely comply with the Policy. The FG also took into consideration the passionate appeals by Association of Telephone, Cable TV and Internet Subscribers of Nigeria (ATCIS) for the extension of the deadlines in the past.

“President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the implementation of the Policy with effect from the 4th of April, 2022. Consequently, the Federal Government has directed all Telcos to strictly enforce the Policy on all SIMs issued (existing and new) in Nigeria. Outgoing calls will subsequently be barred for telephone lines that have not complied with the NIN-SIM linkage Policy from the 4th of April, 2022. As well as other notable bodies whose efforts have seen to the monumental success of the exercise. Hon Sina Bilesanmi also extends his thanks to the telecommunication operators for their support towards the success recorded.

“Subscribers of such lines are hereby advised to link their SIMs to their NINs before the Telcos can lift the restriction on their lines. Affected individuals are hereby advised to register for their NINs at designated centers and thereafter link the NINs to their SIMs through the channels provided by NIMC and the Telcos, including the NIMC mobile App.

Data roll over on our internet and still on Cable Tv Operator says he has promise Nigerian Subscribers No going back on Pay Per View it’s true we told Subscribers not to Subscribe for the next six months till when cable Tv Operators obey FG order in which they failed did you remember the matter when Court pronounced reversed to the old price before June two years ago still at High Court Abuja. ATCIS-Nigeria are in session meeting on the 21st April 2022 at Abuja with Senate house Committee investigation interview on Cable to introduce, ATCIS-Nigeria stand on Cable Tv Operator’s that they should introduce and Do Pay Per View.

Our Association has made several impact flu history in what people believe it can’t possible with over 780 newspaper publications, both local and international as well as online news publications, Radio and National Television Station Interviews with about 260 Success achievements so far to the benefit of every Subscribers across the country Nigeria. On advocacy alone ATCIS-Nigeria has spent about N500 million naira according to financial records since 2014 till todate, which has been on self-sponsored by members without government agency’s in Nigeria.

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