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Re: Why Nigerians Should Not Patronise ITF Mobile Phone by superjab247: 11:09am On Jun 11
Mariory:


What in the name of all that is logical and good in this world, has this got to do with politics?

This doesn't even deserve to be in the Tech section. It should be moved to the Jokes pages.
Fulani man

I spot you cheesy
Re: Why Nigerians Should Not Patronise ITF Mobile Phone by superjab247: 11:11am On Jun 11
Coldshisha:
Buhari is not the owner of the company not even Federal Government so how will they preload spyware on what isn't theirs

Before you spread negative feedback remember, it's someone's business, sweat and blood and many young people earn a living there
Why would buhari unveil the phone
The company owner has connections
with the good evil man called buhari
Re: Why Nigerians Should Not Patronise ITF Mobile Phone by superjab247: 11:14am On Jun 11
Juliusmalema:



If you don't have money to buy phone, allow those who have to buy.


period.
Shut up u you that is always on nairaland due to freebasics generous service
grin grin grin grin
Re: Why Nigerians Should Not Patronise ITF Mobile Phone by superjab247: 11:18am On Jun 11
ivolt:

This is what happen when clueless people comment on topics above their understanding.

Even the phone you are using might contains a "hidden spy software".
Any government can spy on its citizens regardless of the phone they are using.
For example, America and much of Europe spy on citizens and even head of states.

The reason why you think you are safe is because you are small fry that nobody will bother to spy on.


Clap for yourself, now that you have demarketed a product based on ignorant conspiracy.
I know you would still cry about lack of jobs and lack of companies while blaming leaders when
you are part of the problem.
Do u know that iPhone refused to unlock the iPhone of an Al qualda terrorist shot dead by American soldiers despite the orders from FBI for them to do so?

Orangutans and human impersonating gorillas from the zoo of zoogeria thinks that every nation in the world is evil minded and confused clueless like their government

Spits*
Re: Why Nigerians Should Not Patronise ITF Mobile Phone by Juliusmalema: 11:54am On Jun 11
superjab247:
Shut up u you that is always on nairaland due to freebasics generous service grin grin grin grin


If you don't have money to buy phone, allow those who have to buy. period.
Re: Why Nigerians Should Not Patronise ITF Mobile Phone by fregeneh(m): 12:57pm On Jun 11
superjab247:
Please beware of the newly made in Nigeria phone ITF mobile.we shouldn't patronise that product it was unveiled personally by buhari.

A country that is against the press freedom social media freedom and based on lies can not guarantee your privacy on that FG schemed and manufactured phone,I would rather u a nokia touch light phone than that Trojan horse spy device called ITF Mobile, remember the FBI used the same pattern to burst over 800 criminal gangs by selling a compromised and repackaged Android phone to them.

ITF Mobile might contain some hidden spy software and whatever u do with that device is not private and safe.

My opinion.

Those you buy in the open market did you know the kind of spy chip/device that is in it? Or do you think its only the one produced in Nigeria that can be bugged?

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