Isa Pantami, the minister of communications and the digital economy, has stated that the federal government will combat national insecurity by utilizing 5G technology. Tuesday in Abuja, Pantami spoke at MAFAB Communications’ official launch/rollout of their 5G network service.
He claimed that 5G technology had numerous economic advantages and that the government will use them to support the security services in reducing instability.
“There are so many technologies and forms of artificial intelligence that can support our security agencies,” the minister stated. All of them efficiently utilize 5G. So, in addition to the financial advantages, this
“So, 5G enables real-time communication, and this has a ton of advantages for our security institutions, if they use it, since there are so many technical facilities in security that they use 5G to enable our security institutions to effectively manage our security difficulties, like robots.
“The advantages of 5G rollout go beyond just service quality. Because new technology also brings new advantages like low latency, extremely high quality broadband, quicker network, and the ability for real-time or nearly real-time communication, 5G can help that.
Global virtual surgeries are currently being performed utilizing 5G technology. They did in China as well as the US. Recently, they performed a virtual surgery where the surgeon and patient were separated by a distance of more than 3,000 kilometers, and they also recently did it in China.
Pantami praised the MAFAB chairman’s tenacity and declared, “MAFAB has joined the queue. I commend the MAFAB chairman for his dedication to the organization’s success. It is very challenging for a new operator to compete against some of the sector’s established companies after only recently entering the market.
“It is no secret that the countries who are able to give their inhabitants with the latest network infrastructure, which the 5G technology symbolizes, will also be the ones that will grow in the next years,” Mafab Chairman Mushabu Bashir said in his welcome address.
Professor Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), claimed that the creation of Mafab Communications was a result of the pro-investment and pro-innovation climate fostered by the federal government under President Muhammad Buhari.