Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Computer Village Introduces Unified Database to Track Stolen Phones

   
   
Ikeja Computer village arguably the largest commercial center for phone and PC marketers in West Africa hence it's the hub for different kinds of mobile phones. Well, the place also has its bad news as it's also known as the den for stealing and selling stolen phones. Over the years, there has being lots of reported cases of stolen phones traced to Ikeja Computer village Lagos.

Because of this evil act, tracking stolen phones has become a challenge most especially in Lagos Nigeria. So a group known as the Computer and Allied Product Dealers Association of Nigeria (CAPDAN), a trade association of Ikeja Computer Village market traders, has collaborated with a software company to develop a web portal which enables the tracking of stolen phones.

But on a serious note, it seems the Nigerian government doesn’t have unified database for all Nigerians despite all the NIMC registration, SIM Reg and all that maybe this will have helped to track easily each Nigerian to their smartphone. Well, maybe the Gov’t can learn something from this initiative.

HOW TO CHECK IT?
Follow this link to check the unified phone data base in Nigeria

Just like the way we check IMEI data base, I think this particular move is a welcomed development.
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17 comments:

  1. Was just going through the same article earlier this morning.

    Thanks for sharing this with us

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  2. The development is highly welcomed, bcos the evil act of those guys in ikeja is too much

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  3. Yea really thanks for sharing with us, but what am saying is if you track the phone you found it then what, ask who so ever have it to give it back, last I checked that doesn't work here what's gone is gone

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    1. but it will help reduce the rate of stolen phones

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  4. Thanks for Your wonderful update

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  5. this is really nice ,e go reduce the amount of phone stealing

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  6. Any one that have made this decision has a mindful thought because people in those ikeja area are known for fraud

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  7. thanks for your informative update.technology is developing round the world.

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  8. atleast the rate of rubbery will reduce.how I wish this same idea is use all over the market places in the country.rubbery will reduce.

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    1. But you have to be more careful this time bro this post will get to rubbers and they will get new tricks so don't say I didn't tell ya

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  9. dis is gud idea but i think is very had2 use it in 9ja

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  10. At least the rate of rubbery will be reduced in that area

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  11. the world is suddenly becoming globalise.

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  12. waw this is really nyce of them at least stolen phone can be recovered bak

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