Lagos - Mobile phone importers in Nigeria have up till July 22 to register their brands with he Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) or have them confiscated.
The measure is to reduce the number of sub-standard phones in the Nigerian markets, reports The Nation.
Bede Obayi, Head of Intelligence and Directorate Compliance, SON, who disclosed this in Lagos, said the mobile phone market has been a source of serious concern to the organisation due to the high rate of importation of substandard brands.
The directive to all phone importers, he said, was to protect the unsuspecting innocent buyers.
Read more at The Nation.
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