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Check here for the latest news and headlines of what's going on in the Nigerian telecommunications industry and the activities of the Nigerian Communications Commission

The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta has called on governments and other stakeholders to work in tandem with the NCC to deal with the challenges militating against better service quality in the telecom sector. These challenges include multiple taxation, vandalism and refusal of appropriate authorities to approve Right of Way (RoW) for the deployment of fibre and ancillary infrastructure.

Director Public Affairs at the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Tony Ojobo, was yesterday honoured with a distinguished Fellowship Award by the African Festival of Art and Culture, AFAC.

A delegation lead by the Director General of AFAC, Mr. Joseph Ibe, presented the award to Ojobo at the NCC Head Office in Abuja.

The geography of the trove of awards received by individual staff and NCC as a corporate entity expanded again few hours ago as the Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of the Nigerian Communications Commission, Prof. Umar Danbatta received the Telecom Man of the Year Award at the Nigeria Tech Innovation and Telecom Awards ongoing in Lagos. The NCC also received the "Consumer Initiative Project of the Year Award" and the "Regulator of the Year Award".

The Federal Ministry of Communication Technology is proud to present 5th General Meeting of The National Council on Communication Technology. Details are given below.

THEME: Harnessing ICT as the Main Tool for Driving the Economic Recovery & Growth Plan (ERGP)

VENUE: Bello Kofar'Bai Hall, Katsina State Secretariat, Along Kano Road, Katsina State.

DATE: November 20 -24, 2017

The Executive Commissioner Stakeholder Management of the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Mr. Sunday Dare last night received Democracy Heroes Award for his decades of consistency in promoting democracy in Nigeria.

Organisers of the event, FACE OF DEMOCRACY NIGERIA (FDN), now in its fifth year said Mr. Dare has acted in manners worthy of emulation by Nigerian youths. Therefore, they urged young people to step out to participate in the democratic process by contesting elections in order to represent the people of Nigeria conscientiously.