Monday August 15, 2022

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As the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) prepares for the next phase of the expansion of broadband services in Nigeria, the Commission says citizens should see the protection of telecommunications infrastructure as a collective responsibility.
Amina Shehu, Director Zonal Operations at the Commission stated this in the morning at Okene, Kogi State where NCC held another edition of Sensitization Programme focused on the protection of telecom infrastructure.

Nigeria is now a reference point in the chronicle of the 4th Industrial Revolution but needs to take up the challenge of re-storying the gains in the context that makes meaning by recalling how NCC shepherds the great impact of ICT and telecoms in all spheres of Nigerian life.
The foregoing prefaced the testimonial relayed this afternoon by Leye Kupoluyi, Chairman of the Specialised Exhibition Committee of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry who led a delegation from the Chamber on a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).

In a sequence that is novel and phenomenal, the Zonal Office of the Nigerian Communications Commission in Kano rolled out three different programmes in three cities in keeping with its mandate to continually citizens about developments in the telecom sector.
The Consumer Conversation forum, the zone's first in 2019, held in Zaria. Discussions at the Conversation focused on the use of NCC Toll Free line, 622; Do Not Disturb code 2442; Quality of Service; Mobile Number Portability; and Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation.

The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) was among the dignitaries invited to the victory party in honour of President Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo held yesterday at Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja.

The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof Umar Garba Danbatta, has said that the Commission is ready to drive the process of attaining 70% broadband penetration in the next couple of years, if that is set as the new target by the Federal Government.
Speaking while delivering a goodwill message at an investment summit of Kaduna State Government, KADINVEST 4.0, Prof Danbatta, expressed optimism about the commitment of the agency toward taking the broadband penetration to the next level.