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Telecoms: 27 firms return licences to NCC

Many struggling to survive –Danbatta The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has expressed worry over the poor state of many companies operating in the telecommunications sector. This is even as it disclosed that between 2018 and 2020, a total of 27 telecom operators have returned their licences to the regulator as they cease operation. While the […]


Danbatta: FG’s ICT policies intend to alleviate poverty

The Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has said that the two Federal Government policies recently launched will help government to lift many Nigerians out of poverty. According to him, the Nigeria Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS) 2020- 2030 and the Nigerian National Broadband Plan 2020-2025 are to further […]


WATRA: Danbatta, Ndiaye hoist Senegal’s flag at secretariat

The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (EVC/CEO) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, recently joined the Ambassador of the Republic of Senegal to Nigeria, Babacar Matar Ndiaye, to hoist the flag of Senegal at the Secretariat of West Africa Telecommunications Regulators Assembly (WATRA) in Abuja. Danbatta, who is also […]


NCC: Sustaining telecoms growth through strategic planning

With the unveiling of another five-year plan to guide regulatory activities, stakeholders in the telecoms industry have commended the Nigerian Communications Commission for its drives to sustain the industry’s growth. The new plan is expected to drive the country’s digital economy agenda. SAMSON AKINTARO reports. Riding on the successes of its strategic vision plan (SVP) […]


Danbatta: Why Nigerians must embrace digital literacy

The Executive Vice- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, has challenged actors in both public and private sectors to key into digital litercy programme across the country. The EVC made the call at the weekend while delivering the first annual lecture of the Bichi Emirate titled, […]


Boosting Nigeria’s digital economy with ICT parks

As Nigeria moves towards digitising its economy, the Nigerian Communications Commission is leading the implementation of the policy by embarking on ICT Park projects. The Parks, which are being built across the country, raise hope for ICT skills’ development in Nigeria. SAMSON AKINTARO reports With Information and Communicat ions Technology (ICT) skills development as one […]


ITR: Addressing trade imbalance in telecoms sector

With the conclusion of a study on the costbased International Termination Rate (ITR), Nigeria’s telecoms regulator is set to ease the burden of the network operators in terms of obligations to foreign operators. Stakeholders said this would also help in balancing the trade between Nigerian operators and their foreign counterparts in payments for call termination. […]


WTISD: NCC pledges commitment to digital transformation

9mobile mulls strategic investment The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that it will leverage the power of the information and communications technology to achieve a digital transformation of Nigerian society and communities. Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Commission, Prof Umar Danbatta, stated this in his remark during the 2021 World […]


Positioning Nigeria for 4th Industrial Revolution

As the world moves into a new economic era driven by technology, experts have identified effective policy instruments, as well as efficient regulatory systems as the keys to enable Nigeria to maximise the potentials of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). SAMSON AKINTARO, in this report, captures regulatory activities in the telecoms sector geared towards positioning […]


Telecoms: Leveraging national roaming for improved service

To address the issue of poor service quality and inadequate telecoms facilities, Nigeria’s telecom regulator is pushing for national roaming for operators to leverage available infrastructures for efficient service delivery. SAMSON AKINTARO reports In the last 20 years, telecommunication in Nigeria has experienced a quantum leap from 450,000 connected lines in 2001 to over 200 […]

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