Service Disruption: NMCO Assures Of Timely Restoration, Secure data



The Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office, NMCO, has confirmed a system downtime.

The agency in a notice signed by management said the service disruption was due to a technical glitch being experienced by the Cloud Service Provider hosting the agency’s data.

“The Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office wishes to inform the mining sector stakeholders and the general public that the agency is currently having a system downtime. This is due to a technical glitch being experienced by the Cloud Service Provider hosting our data,” the agency said.

NMCO had upgraded its system to the electronic Mining Cadastre Plus, eMC+, to enhance seamless processing of mineral title applications in a transparent manner in line with international best practices.

Allaying fears, NMCO said, “The agency’s Cloud Service Provider has informed the Office that their technical team is working assiduously to rectify the glitch as soon as possible.

“The MCO wishes to assure our stakeholders and the general public that the Agency’s data is secured. We appeal for understanding while the technical glitch is being resolved.”


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