Today, September 17, Estonian Ambassador Ingrid Amer presented her credentials to Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi. In the conversation that followed the launch ceremony, Ambassador Amer and President al-Sisi discussed ways to move Estonian-Egyptian relations forward.
"Estonia appreciates the good relations it has with Egypt, a valuable partner in the European Union's southern neighborhood," Amer said, adding that she and al-Sisi discussed ways to boost relations on digital matters.
They also discussed Russia's brutal war in Ukraine.
"Russia's aggression in Ukraine has a global impact, including on food and energy security and inflation," Amer said.
“Russia must take responsibility for this unjustified war.
We have a moral duty to hold war criminals accountable.
The credibility of the rules-based order depends on it."
Ingrid Amer graduated in philology at the University of Tartu.
She joined the foreign service in 1995.
She has worked in the Estonian embassies in Warsaw, Helsinki and Prague, as well as in the Department of State Protocol and the Political Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
She has led the Central Europe and Balkans Division and the divisions for South East Europe, General European Union Affairs and Enlargement.
Between 2013 and 2018, Ella Ingrid Amer was the Deputy Head of the Estonian Embassy in Paris and between 2016 and 2018 she was the Estonian Ambassador to UNESCO.
Prior to her appointment to Egypt, Amer was Director of the Middle East, Africa and Latin America Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
She is also the non-resident ambassador of Estonia to the Republic of Mali.
On Thursday, September 15, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed in Rabat, Morocco, between ECOWAS, the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Kingdom of Morocco.
The three parties were represented respectively by Mr. Sediko Douka, ECOWAS Infrastructure, Energy and Digitalization Commissioner, Mallam Mele Kolo Kyari, Group Executive Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC) and Ms. Amina Benkhadra, Managing Director of the Office National des Hydrocarbons.
et des Mines (ONHYM).
According to a published joint statement, the Memorandum of Understanding attests to the commitment of ECOWAS and all the countries crossed by the pipeline, to contribute to the technical and feasibility studies, the mobilization of resources and the execution of this key project.
This project, once completed, will supply gas to all West African countries and open a new export channel to Europe.
It is a strategic project that will contribute to improving the standard of living of the population, integrating the economies of the region, reducing the level of desertification thanks to a sustainable and reliable gas supply and the reduction or total elimination of gas flaring, among others.
Sixteen countries including fourteen ECOWAS Member States are involved in this project.
The project will also help other countries to export their surplus natural gas: Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Mauritania.
The Nigeria-Morocco strategic gas pipeline project will traverse the west coast of Africa from Nigeria to Morocco, through Benin, Togo, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Gambia, Senegal, Mauritania.
In the long term, it will be connected to the Maghreb-Europe gas pipeline and to the European gas network.
It will also help serve the landlocked countries of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger.
Commissioner Sediko Douka, speaking on behalf of the Chairman of the ECOWAS Commission, Dr. Omar Alieu Touray, stated that the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) held the view that the Nigeria-Morocco pipeline project it was really workable and therefore he would spare no effort.
for its success: We, as a regional economic community, are convinced that it is a viable project, that promises a lot, and we will spare no effort for its success».
The Commissioner for Infrastructure, Energy and Digitization of ECOWAS also reaffirmed, on behalf of the president of the ECOWAS Commission, the full support for this regional project that would positively impact the lives of more than 400 million people.
“The impact of the project is far-reaching because it would help secure electricity supply in the West African region and, in the long term, the export of natural gas for fuel in Europe.
We have carefully monitored the feasibility studies at various validation levels from start to finish, he revealed, adding that the next phase would involve detailed execution design, resource mobilization and actual construction.
With the launch of the project, it will seek to attract public and private investors, including multilateral or commercial banks, pension funds, insurance companies, among others.
The project will cover 6,000 km and will cost US$25 billion.
The financing of the project is expected to involve various stakeholders.
The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding was attended by government officials from the Kingdom of Morocco, Ms. Nadia Fettah Alaoui, Minister of Economy and Finance, Mr. Mohcine Jazouli, Minister of State for Evaluation of Public Policies, Convergence and Investments.
Finally, a courtesy call was made to HE Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has commended Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq over the appointment of their member, Dr Abdulraheem Malik, as the Managing Director of the state’s Hospital Management Board.
Mr Adejuwon Otelaja, the Kwara Chairman of PSN, made the commendation in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Ilorin.
Otelaja expressed satisfaction over the appointment.
“On behalf of the Executive Council and all members of Kwara-PSN, I will like to say a big thank you to Gov. AbdulRazaq, who is Grand Patron of the society, for the appointment of Malik.
” According to him, Malik, who was Chief Executive Offier (CEO) of Rotamedics Pharmacy Group, comes on board with extensive managerial experience both locally and internationally.
“He will no doubt add tremendous value to AbdulRazaq administration’s positive strides to reposition the health sector in the state for excellent service delivery for all people.
“Malik has all it takes to succeed and our support and prayers are with him.
“We also commend the immediate past MD of the Board; Mr Saad Aluko, for his kind efforts and support for the pharmacy profession.
We wish him great success in his future endeavors,” he said.
Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara has appointed Dr Abdulraheem Malik, as the new Head of the state’s Hospital Management Board.
Mr Rafiu Ajakaiye, the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, announced this in a statement on Friday in Ilorin.
He stated that Malik, a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), replaced Saad Aluko, whom the governor commended for his four years of exemplary services to the state.
According to him, until his appointment, Malik was the Managing Director of a popular pharmaceutical chain, Rotamedics, a household name in Nigeria’s pharmaceutical industry.
He explained that the appointee is an indigene of Ilorin, who was educated variously at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain.
Ajakaiye added that Malik was educated in University of Mary, Bismarck, United States; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, United States; and Walden University, Minneapolis, United States.
“He holds different certificates and licences, such as first and second degrees in Pharmacy, and Doctor of Philosophy Pharmacy (PharmD); Pharmacist Practice Licence (USA); Masters in Business Administration in Healthcare (USA); Masters in International Health Economics and Pharmacy Economics.
“Malik has worked in various health establishments in Nigeria and abroad, and is reputed for his philanthropy and community development efforts,” he said.
The appointment took immediate effect.
Nigerian soul musician, Preyé, has been selected as Spotify’s “Fresh Finds Africa” artiste for September.
Phiona Okumu, Spotify’s head of music for sub-Saharan Africa, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos.
Okumu said the ‘Fresh Finds Africa’ programme was launched in March, designed to provide a launching pad for emerging independent artistes to reach new audiences.
She said the programme was built around the eponymous playlist and access to tools and initiatives that inspired artistes to have long and thriving careers.
Inspired by her recent wins, Preyé is thrilled by the opportunity to reach even more fans as she said: “I still celebrate every single playlist addition, so being highlighted as Spotify’s Fresh Finds artiste of the month truly feels amazing.
“I am excited by the opportunity to share my music and story with new listeners, especially all my fellow R&B lovers.
” Born in Lagos, Preyé Itams grew up inspired by her father’s music library and the music he would play while working; the traditional sounds of Jazz, Soul, and melodic bards like Jill Scott, Enya, Brenda Fassie, and Lauryn Hill. Her first release in 2015, ‘Mortia‘, introduced her as an exciting voice in the emerging independent alte community.
In 2018, she collaborated with two vanguards of that scene, Tay Iwar & Santi on Space, introducing more fans to her soothing poetic take on songwriting.
After quitting a rigid job in Canada to focus on her music, Preyé staked her claim with defiant soulful tunes including Peace Of Mind and Red Wine. The vulnerable yet unyielding essence of Preyé’s music and her dynamic vocals have earned her editorial and fan attention.
In June this year, Billboard listed her hot single, Malibu, as one of their top R&B finds.
She was also recently selected as one of six artistes for Spotify’s Africa month global campaign, called Spotify Sounds of Africa, alongside LADIPOE, Zoë Modiga, Nomfundo Moh, Chris Khaiga, and Nikita Kering.
Her September-released debut EP, ‘Don’t Look Down‘, centers around love and self-discovery and features Nigerian rapper LADIPOE on the lead single, Love, Today.
Every month, ‘Fresh Finds Africa’ spotlights one artiste selected by the Spotify music team.
It is an important aspect of Spotify’s initiatives, including RADAR & EQUAL, created to support the African music scene.
The African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org) has welcomed 12 new CEOs, including five women, for a three-year term.
The President of the African Development Bank Group, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, welcomed the new representatives of the 20-member Board of Directors.
They officially joined the Board on August 1, 2022 and began a four-day induction program on September 1, 2022 to familiarize themselves with the work of the Bank. “I wish to congratulate you, the new members of the Board of Directors, for your election as Executive Directors, who will have the duty, obligation and responsibility to help strengthen the supervisory functions of our institution, guide our operations and support the vision .
and direction of our work,” said Adesina.
The number of women on the Board increased from three to five.
Malika Dhif, who is the new Executive Director for Morocco, Togo and Tunisia, was previously Deputy Director of the Treasury and Foreign Finance of Morocco, in charge of relations with the Arab and Islamic world, America, Asia and international institutions.
For their part, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo and Chad are represented by Chantal Modeste Nonault, public accountant, administrative and financial director of the World Bank's regional office in Mali. Mette Knudsen, a Danish national, represents Denmark, Finland, India, Ireland, Norway and Sweden.
Prior to her appointment, she was the Deputy Special Representative for Political Affairs at the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.
The United States of America is represented on the Bank's Board of Directors by Oren Elaine Whyche, a long-time Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Africa Office of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Lastly, Nomfundo Xenia Ngwenya, a South African national, represents South Africa, Eswatini and Lesotho.
She was previously CEO of the South African company NXN Analytics.
Edmond Raphaël Wega, former Canadian Ambassador to Burkina Faso and Benin, now represents Canada, China, Kuwait, Korea and Turkey on the Bank's Board of Directors.
Brahim Bouzeboudjène, a senior official in charge of combating corruption in Algeria and former director of the Algerian Prime Minister's Office, is the new executive director for Algeria, Guinea Bissau and Madagascar.
The Executive Director for Angola, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe is the Angolan economist Joao Luis Ngimbi.
A former Gabonese Minister of Energy and Secretary General of the Bank of Central African States, Désiré Guedon is now the Executive Director for Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Comoros, Gabon, Mali, Niger and Senegal.
Gérard Pascal Bussier, Deputy Financial Secretary at the Mauritius Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, is the new Executive Director for Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius and Zambia.
The Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Sudan are represented by the Liberian economist Rufus Darkortey.
Another economist, Jonathan Nzayikorera of Rwanda, who knows the Bank well after serving as senior adviser to his predecessor, now represents Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The new Board members were appointed following the general election of Executive Directors by the Boards of Governors at the African Development Bank Group Annual Meetings held in Accra, Ghana, in May 2022.
The Bank's Board of Directors African Development Committee is made up of 20 members.
Thirteen members are elected by the Governors of the regional member countries (54 African countries) and seven by the Governors of the non-regional member countries (27 countries).
The Executive Directors are elected for a period of three years, renewable once.
The members of the Board of Directors are responsible for conducting the general operations of the Bank. They are based at the Bank's headquarters in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, and meet as often as the Bank's work requires.
The President of the Bank is the President of the Board of Directors.
Motorola Solutions (https://bit.ly/3qwd6rm) (NYSE: MSI), a global leader in public safety and enterprise security, has opened its new office in Dubai that includes a new Innovation and Training Center, expanding its presence in the Middle East region.
His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama, UAE Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, said the Motorola Solutions Innovation and Training Center will drive the nation's digital economy.
“The UAE is moving quickly to offer accelerated learning and development opportunities because we recognize that no industry or job is exempt from digitization.
Upskilling and upskilling initiatives that focus on transformative technology are critical to creating a resilient future workforce that remains competitive in a rapidly changing world.
Motorola Solutions is a major player in communications technology.
Its new Innovation and Training Center will add tremendous value to our knowledge-driven economy and our global reputation as an attractive technology and talent hub."
In his opening remarks, His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Al-Kuwaiti, Director General of the UAE Cyber Security Council, highlighted the need for innovative and trusted partners as a foundation for achieving digital transformation in all sectors, particularly in security.
public and cyber security.
During the official opening ceremony, Sean Murphy, Chargé d'Affaires of the US Embassy in the UAE, also welcomed the company's investment in the region at its new Dubai Internet City location, underscoring Motorola Solutions' significant contribution to the overall development and growth of the UAE.
The thriving technology and ICT sector.
“Motorola Solutions' new Innovation Center showcases the company's deep commitment to the United Arab Emirates through excellent customer service and building new partnerships.
The culture of innovation at Motorola Solutions enables first responders and global business leaders to operate safely and seamlessly with mission-critical solutions that the UAE and the world need,” said Charge d'Affaires Sean Murphy.
His Excellency Matar Al Hemeiri, CEO of Smart Dubai Government Establishment, Digital Dubai, expressed his appreciation for the new Motorola Solutions hub: "It is no secret that the UAE has long been a hub of technology and ICT leadership.
, as mentioned in our national innovation strategy Our government is innovation-driven, forward-thinking and focused on sustainable development across all sectors It is very encouraging to see global companies like Motorola Solutions investing in the country fostering the region's innovation ecosystem."
"The UAE is thriving with great engineering talent," said Patrick Fitting, regional vice president for the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia, Motorola Solutions.
"Through our new Hub Innovation and Training Center, we will advance mission-critical technologies in close collaboration with our customers and deliver leading innovations.
duties for public and business safety.
We are proud to support the UAE Government's ambitious National Innovation Strategy of becoming one of the most innovative nations in the world."
Adding to his comments, Ammar Al Malik, Executive Vice President of Commercial Leasing at TECOM Group and General Manager of Dubai Internet City, said: “Dubai has become the technology capital of the region.
For over two decades, TECOM Group has provided specialized and competitive work environments in strategic locations across the Emirate for leading institutions, SMEs and start-ups.
We are pleased to welcome Motorola Solutions to Dubai Internet City as they join our diverse and innovation-driven community.” Motorola Solutions has grown significantly in the Middle East and Africa in recent years, providing public safety and enterprise customers with its unique ecosystem of mission-critical technologies, including public safety radio, video security, access control, analytics, cybersecurity and command center.
software solutions, which help make communities safer and workplaces more resilient.
While the new Motorola Solutions Innovation Center will provide customers, partners and enterprises with a unique opportunity to experience these technologies first-hand, the new Training Center will provide a space for collaboration and co-development of purpose-built solutions to address some of the most complex challenges.
against public security and companies.
The Dubai office and Innovation and Training Center will serve clients in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, supporting the company's more than 100 employees in office-based and hybrid work models.
The company offers graduate internships as well as high school programs with diversity and inclusion as core values and priorities.
Details of available roles can be found on the Motorola Solutions careers website (https://bit.ly/3qsrJMi).
The new Dubai office is located in Dubai Internet City, Building 4, Second Floor, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
President Muhammadu Buhari in the course of the week reiterated Nigeria’s commitment to promote peace and harmony in West Africa.
The president expressed the commitment again after former President Dr Goodluck Jonathan briefed him on the face-off between Mali and Cote D’Ivoire, in the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Thursday.
The face-off emanated from the detention of 49 Ivorien soldiers by Mali for “unlawful entry’’.
Three of them, females, have been released, leaving 46 others still in detention in Mali.Cote D’Ivoire has condemned the act as “hostage taking’’, threatening to take action.
The development led to the intervention by ECOWAS leaders as advocated by the ECOWAS Special Envoy on the situation in Mali, ex-President Jonathan.
Presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina quoted Buhari as pledging an initiative by Nigeria to immediately resolve the impasse The president also presided over the virtual meeting of Federal Executive Council (FEC) where it approved the signing of a Bilateral Air Services Agreement between Nigeria and Kuwait.
The agreement, according to Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, will open up airline services between the two countries in accordance with the provisions of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
Sirika also frowned at foreign airlines selling tickets in dollars, warning that government would not take it kindly with those caught engaging in such violation of Nigerian laws.
The council also approved the sum of N829.8million as revised estimated cost for the rehabilitation of a road linking Anambra and Enugu States.
Contract for the rehabilitation of the road was originally awarded in 2018 because it is a strategic inter-state road that had heavy traffic.
Minister of State for Works and Housing, Malam Umar El-Yakub, gave the revised contract figure when he spoke with newsmen at the end of the council’s weekly meeting.
The president had earlier on Tuesday hosted President Andrzej Duda of Poland at the State House, Abuja.
Nigeria and Poland also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Agriculture, while pledging their willingness to enlarge the fields of economic cooperation in the energy and manufacturing sectors.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the signing took place during the State Visit of Duda , the first by a Polish leader to Nigeria since the establishment of diplomatic relations between both countries in 1961.Buhari said Nigeria was gratified by the existing fruitful cooperation with Poland in the fields of maritime, education and defence.
On agriculture, the president said cooperation in this area would be a win-win for the two countries, especially in the context of global food insecurity occasioned by the conflict in Ukraine.
Agriculture is one of the priority areas of the Nigerian government.
On Friday, Buhari said he received with immense sadness news of the passing of Queen Elizabeth ll of the United Kingdom.
He said: ”My family and I, and the more than 200 million Nigerians have learned with immense sadness of the passing of the Queen and the end of her unique and wonderful 70 year reign.
”Her late Majesty was the only British Sovereign known to 90 per cent of our population.
“Our thoughts and sincere condolences are with the Royal Family and the people of the United Kingdom and the entire Commonwealth as we join the entire world in mourning her loss.
”The story of modern Nigeria will never be complete without a chapter on Queen Elizabeth ll, a towering global personality and an outstanding leader.
”She dedicated her life to making her nation, the Commonwealth and the entire world a better place.
” The president inaugurated the Presidential Committee on the National Economy, noting that in spite of the disruptions in global economy and internal troubles, the Nigerian economy has continued to be resilient and maintain an upward trajectory.
He also hosted Gov. Muhammadu Yahaya of Gombe State and Dave Umahi of Ebonyi on Friday in the State House, Abuja.
Yahaya commended Buhari for approving Federal Government’s take over of Gombe State Airport.
He expressed optimism that the move would ensure the availability of funds to maintain the airport throughout the lifespan of its operation.
On his part, Umahi said he was in the Presidential Villa to invite the president to inaugurate new Ebonyi Governor’s Lodge recently completed by his administration.
According to him, the president has accepted the invitation and the project will be inaugurated in October.
Team Nigeria finished in an impressive seventh position out of 20 countries which participated at the just concluded prestigious All Africa Challenge Trophy 2022 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the International Golf tournament is a biennial continental ladies golf championship in Africa that had its inaugural edition in May 1992. Nigeria hosted the 1996 and 2010 editions at the Ikoyi Golf club, Lagos and the IBB International Golf and Country Club, Abuja.
Each participating country is represented by three players and a non-playing captain.
Using Eisenhower scoring, the best two scores per round count towards the daily team score in the 54-hole stroke play format.
NAN also reports that Nigeria ladies golf team scored 488 gross to settle for 7th place out of 20 countries in this year’s championship which was the 15th edition.
Amina Wilfred and Evelyn Oyome were the players on the Nigerian team.
South Africa ladies team won the 2022 Golf Championship at the Gymkhana club in Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
The victors who have now won the title for a record 12th time, had a combined total score of 444 gross in three rounds, five strokes better than North Africans, Morocco.
South Africa’s team had Brown Bobbi, Gabrielle Venter and Bronwyn Leigh Doeg. The trio were impressive throughout the three rounds of action.
Morocco (449), host Tanzania (455), Kenya (458), Zimbabwe (476), Uganda (480), Nigeria (488), Zambia (496), Ghana (498) and Gabon (517) completed the championship’s top 10 leaderboard of the best three scores in 54 holes.
Egypt who has one title to its name, settled for the 11th spot, Ivory Coast (12th), Mauritius (13th), Malawi (14th), Botswana (15th), Cameroon (16th), Rwanda (17th), Mali (18th), Burundi (19th) and Togo (20th).
Juliet Monyei-Inyere, the President, Ladies Golf Association of Nigeria (LGAN) who confirmed the result to NAN on Sunday, said it was the best performance by Team Nigeria in more than a decade.
“I want to congratulate my able Nigerian Team who went with me to the All Africa Challenge Trophy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2022. “I can proudly say that we went, we saw and we conquered.
“Even though Nigeria featured two players instead of three (due to travel document issues), we were able finish seventh out of 21 countries, which is our best performance in over a decade,” she said.
She noted that the trip was hugely successful as Nigeria also won the position of the AACT Trustee for the West & Central Africa.
“We remain grateful to God for these positive achievements and look forward to more wins for Nigeria in future.
Together we move,” she said.
Team Nigeria finished 9th position at the 2018 edition of the AACT held at the Achimota Golf Club in Ghana.
However, Nigeria has been dominant in the sub region and emerged overall winners of the West and Central Africa Challenge Trophy, which was organised by LGAN at the Ikeja Golf Club in 2019.
The Nigerian Communications Commission’s Computer Security Incident Response Team (NCC-CSIRT), has warned against five malicious Google Chrome Extensions that surreptitiously track online browsers’ activities and steal their data.
NCC’s Director of Public Affairs (DPA), Mr Reuben Muoka, made this known in a statement on Saturday in Abuja.
Muoka said that the five malicious extensions were discovered by the McAfee Mobile Research Team. He said that they include Netflix Party with 800,000 downloads, Netflix Party 2 with 300,000 downloads, as well as Full Page Screenshot Capture Screenshotting with 200,000 downloads.
Others are FlipShope Price Tracker Extension with 80,000 downloads and AutoBuy Flash Sales with 20,000 downloads.
“The five google chrome extensions identified have a high probability, damage potential and have been downloaded more than 1.4 million times, while they serve as access to steal users’ data.
“The telecom sector-focused cybersecurity protection team alerted telecom consumers to be cautious when installing any browser extension.
“The users of these chrome extensions are unaware of their invasive functionality and privacy risk.
“Malicious extensions monitor victims’ visits to e-commerce websites and modify the visitor’s cookie to appear as if they came through a referrer link.
“Consequently, the extensions’ developers get an affiliate fee for any purchases at electronic shops,” he said.
The DPA stated that, although the google team removed several browser extensions from its Chrome Web Store, keeping malicious extensions out may be difficult.
He, however, said that the NCC-CSIRT, thus, recommended that telecom consumers observe caution when installing any browser extension.
Mouka said: “This include removing all listed extensions from their chrome browser manually.
“Internet users are to pay close attention to the promptings from their browser extensions, such as the permission to run on any website visited and the data requested before installing it.
“Although some extensions are seemingly legit due to the high number of user downloads, these hazardous add-ons make it imperative for users to ascertain the authenticity of extensions they access.
” Mouka stated that Google Chrome extensions were software programmes that can be installed into Chrome in order to change the browsers’ functionality.
“This includes adding new features to Chrome or modifying the existing behavior of the program itself to make it more convenient for the user.
“They serve purposes such as block ads, integration with password managers and sourcing coupons as items sent to a shopping cart,”he added.
The Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) is the telecom sector’s cyber security incidence centre set up by the NCC.
It focuses on incidents in the telecom sector as they may affect telecom consumers and citizens at large.