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ATCON seeks NCC’s collaboration on BTIF


L-R Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, EVC/CEO NCC; Olusola Teniola, President ATCON; Tony Ojobo, Director Public Affairs, NCC during the courtesy visit to the Commission headquarter by ATCON delegation recently.

The Association of Telecommunication Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), has proposed collaboration with the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, to organize Broadband and Technology Investment Forum (BTIF), in all state of the federation.

The primary and strategic objective of the proposed forum would complement the Commission’s concerted efforts in respect of making broadband pervasive and ubiquitous as well as it would further encourage State Governments and private sector to aid the growth and development through deliberate and strategic investment in technology and broadband in their respective states.

Mr. Olusola Teniola, ATCON President, made the statements while leading a delegation of the National Executive Council, NEC, on a scheduled visit to Professor Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman of NCC.

According to Teniola, the new NEC is poised to working with Prof. Danbatta and the Commissioners in order to make their tenure in the commission the one that would never be forgotten in the history of the Nigerian telecom sector.

“This strategic courtesy visit is put together to demonstrate the respect that we have for you and your office as records are there to show that the development of the sector is highly paramount in your strategic plan for 2018”.

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