The National Security Agency is also using signal jammers

The phone calls indicated more human interference to prevent prisoners from communicating in the prison. The Johannesburg-People’s Congress (Cope) urged the prison service on Thursday to urgently implement the use of cell phone portable jammer in South African prisons. Local media reported that Nigeria’s TV promoter Timothy Omotoso was jailed for being raped at St Albans Prison in Port Elizabeth and was allowed to hold a video conference to announce his independence He was imprisoned and used his mobile phone to speak to his compatriots across the country.

The department has launched an investigation into allegations of Omotoso’s preference. According to first-hand reports from the African News Agency in December, the most recent raid operation at Johannesburg Central Prison found many cell phones in the prison cells, which were under various prohibited items, including dangerous weapons and drugs. Cope spokesman Dennis Bloem said the party had been reliably informed that having a cell phone in prison is a profitable thing because prisoners can communicate freely with the outside world.

The use of mobile phones enables criminal groups and drug dealers to carry out illegal activities in prison cells. He said: “The large number of mobile phones in our prisons is just the tip of the iceberg. There is no doubt that mobile phones can be found in all prisons.” “We cannot understand why it is difficult for correctional services to install this technology.” “The use of mobile phones by prisoners is likely to make Criminals use mobile phones to attack witnesses, victims, community administrators, and even law enforcement and judicial personnel. Removing or locking the mobile phone is essential for the well-being of society.” Bloom said that science will ask the Minister of Justice and Corrections on this issue Michael Masutha held an emergency meeting. In the 2016 President’s speech on the state of the country, the Ministry of National Security activated signal jammers in Congress for security reasons, which prevented the media from reporting to the National Assembly, just like mobile phones and Internet signals.