Kenya government says its 6 months in jail or Sh100k fine if anyone fails to register mobile SIM card
As Kenyan government bids to tighten security in the country, mobile users will have to register their SIM cards in other to avoid six months in jail or a fine of Sh100,000.
In a statement published in the Dailies, the Communication Authority of Kenya (CA) stated that buying of SIM cards from hawkers, as well as using a SIM card that is not registered contravenes section 27c of the Kenya Communications Act, 1998.
'When buying a SIM card, demand that the vendor registers your particulars; provide ...
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Added January 06, 2017
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