Somalia’s has been transferred to the takes control of its Internet Country Code National Communication Agency

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Mogadishu-The National Communication Agency has officially signed the Somali National Identification System (dotSO) run by a non-governmental organization, but has now been transferred to the National Communication Agency responsible for managing the national symbol as set out in Article 54 of the National Communications Act
The initial transfer was an agreement between March 7, 2018 between the National Communications Agency and the Cloud Registry, which provides technical services to the national identity, while the later transferring by the SONIC executive system is fully took over from the National Communication Agency.




The initial transfer was an agreement between March 7, 2018 between the National Communications Agency and the Cloud Registry, which provides technical services to the national identity, while the later transferring by the SONIC executive system is fully took over from the National Communication Agency.
Former SONIC Director, Mr. C Abdiaziz Hussein Omar, who resigned from office and transferred responsibility to the National Telecommunications Authority, said he was pleased to have taken over this service for the last time and finally he had the responsibility Government.
Director of the National Communication Agency, Mr. Abdi Sheikh Ahmed, said telecommunication law says the telephone number (252) and the internet dotSO are national assets that must come back to the government, and the initiative the national telecommunications network and the Internet returned to the government, as well as thanks to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Telecommunications and Technology for the time he was able to make this transfer.
The ceremony was attended by the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, the Minister of Veterinary Board, Mr. Sheikh Nur Mohamed, the Attorney General and the Attorney General of the National Audit Office, law enforcement and accounting, and finally concluded a 10-month process that began with the Ministry of Postal Communications and Technology on April 15, 2017, two weeks after taking office, an initial agreement approved by the Council of Ministers.
“Today is another day of the success of the Ministry, the government, and the people of Somalia. While I was the leader, the success of this event was attended by many thanksgiving, especially the President and the Prime Minister, who gave us confidence and support from this issue until the day we stood up, it was a matter of priority for the Ministry, we started working for two weeks after we took office, “said Mr. Abdi Taxur who also thanked the Minister for Livestock, National Attorney and other non-attendant officials who had contributed to this task.
He also praised the former employees and the former boss

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