For customer data protection, FCCPC, NDPB established a Joint Mutual Enforcement Desk


The Nigeria Data Protection Bureau and the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission have announced the creation of a Joint Mutual Enforcement Desk.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, the FCCPC announced this in a statement on Friday.

The desk, according to the statement, will address critical data protection issues to ensure that consumers and businesses are protected.

What they have to say

According to the FCCPC, the Nigeria Data Protection Bureau was established in February 2022 as an enforcement mechanism for the NDPR.

The NDPR was enacted by the FG in 2019 in order to comply with existing national and international instruments and protocols to protect citizens.

Irukera stated that the collaboration would ensure that consumers and businesses benefited from the protection and benefits that technology and digital markets provided.

He said,

“Considering the mutuality of both agencies’ objectives and mandates, the commission, and Bureau on Tuesday established the JED as part of their collaboration.

“Both Agencies acknowledge digital markets strengthen economies and can promote shared prosperity, when properly regulated.

“The JED will address crucial issues of data protection and the rights of data subjects to ensure consumers and businesses derive the protection and benefits that are inherent in the economic expansion that technology and digital markets otherwise enhance”

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