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Fake phones flooding Nigeria

By Guardian Exclusive
24 January 2018   |   12:25 pm
The number of fake phones, on sale and in circulation, in Nigeria is rising. Most top phone brands are being counterfeited and sold off as the original at cut prices according to the NCC, Nigeria’s ICT regulatory agency.

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