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Dr. Eugene Juwah

19 May 2016
The planned 2.6 GHz spectrum auction, which was scheduled to hold yesterday, according to the Information Memorandum (IM), might have been put on hold by the Nigerian Communications Commission...
Eugene-Juwah
31 Mar 2015
THE Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), on behalf of the Federal Government, has again shifted the planned 2.6GHz spectrum auctions “until further notice”. No reason was given for this new development. Announcing the shift in a statement posted on its website, the Executive Vice Chairman/CEO, NCC, Dr. Eugene Juwah, gave no reason for the second postponement.
27 Mar 2015
Nigeria n Communications Commission (NCC) in its tradition of harnessing stakeholders’ views before issuing out regulatory guidelines, on Tuesday, in Lagos, sought to know industry players’ input towards tackling unfair transmission cable pricing in the nation’s telecommunication sector.

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