NCC seeks Senate’s Cooperation in Regulating Telecoms Industry
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has called on the National Assembly, especially the Senate Committee on Communications, to cooperate with it in regulating the telecommunications industry.
Represented by the Head, Legislative and Government Relations, NCC, Mr. Inatimi Spiff, Danbatta said that such cooperation would ensure that the sector was effectively regulated.
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He said that he was delighted on how enthusiastic the committee members were about the growth and development of the telecommunications industry.
According to him, it is evident that NCC and the Senate share a common interest in overcoming the challenges of the industry, as well as a common aspiration towards progress for the benefit of Nigeria.
”Hence, this retreat gives us further opportunity to seek your cooperation in carrying out our mandate as the independent regulator of the telecommunications industry.”
”We shall remain fair, firm and forthright always,” he said.
In his keynote address, Prof. Cleopas Angaye, a former Director General of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) said that there was a positive correlation between telecommunication and socio-economic development of a nation.
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