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|Walkie Talkie by EgunMogaji2: 8:10pm On Aug 30, 2019|
Are walkie talkies illegal in Nigeria?
|Re: Walkie Talkie by Marpol: 3:04pm On Sep 07, 2019|
|Re: Walkie Talkie by EgunMogaji2: 6:29pm On Sep 07, 2019|
This is what I thought. Do you have sections of law to reference? Thanks.
|Re: Walkie Talkie by Marpol: 1:21pm On Sep 08, 2019|
Ordinarily you are supposed to get a radio licence from the ministry of communication but who cares.
|Re: Walkie Talkie by Dysaen(f): 12:00am On Jan 27, 2021|
To be honest, this question seems strange and weird to me. Why would such a device being restricted in any country around the world. For me, this does not make sense. Of course, it is not restricted in Nigeria, and even though I don't know for sure, I assume that there is no country where the walkie-talkie is restricted. I have a few walkie-talkies, and in my opinion, this is a wonderful device. I found out about walkie-talkies when accidentally clicking on https://www.walkie-talkie-guide.com/best-walkie-talkies-skiing/. From then, I bought two walkie-talkies, as I use one when going hunting, and the second when going skiing.
|Re: Walkie Talkie by Veriton(m): 2:23pm On Jan 27, 2021|
|Re: Walkie Talkie by Veriton(m): 2:25pm On Jan 27, 2021|
Dysaen:I also agree that the question is strange
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