By Mosope Kehinde

Market men and women at Araromi motor spare part, Agodi Ibadan have urged the Nigeria Communication Commission, NCC to sustain it’s sensitization Campaign on possible ways of  identifying activities of fraudsters on mobile phones.

They made the call in Ibadan at a sensitization programme tagged “Shine your eyes – No Fall Mugu” third in the series of customers awareness campaign of the NCC this month.

Speaking on behalf of the traders, President of Ibadan Motor Parts Dealers Association, Mr Olanrewaju Ishola who gave kudos to the commission for bringing such educative program to the market, said the initiative would continue to make positive impact on Telecom subscriber.

Earlier, head of consumer Affairs Bureau, NCC, Mr Ayobamiji Ojo stressed the need to monitor the telecommunication industry as the commission has received over twenty thousand fraud related complaints.

He said telecom consumers should approach their network providers to resolve their complaints, saying if unresolved, customers should approach the commission by dialling 622 toll-free number.


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