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The Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Dr Aminu Maida, said that quality of service in the telecommunications sector is non-negotiable as he called for industry collaboration to make this a reality.
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The United Nations arm in charge of global communications, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), has disclosed that the Fifth Generation (5G) network has reached 40 per cent of the eight billion people on earth, since launch in 2019.
MultiChoice , Africa’s leading entertainment company, took a bold step to address the rising challenges of piracy by hosting an anti-piracy roundtable event tagged ‘Piracy Untells Our Stories.’
Intellectual Property Law Association of Nigeria (IPLAN), Directors’ Guild of Nigeria (DGN), Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) and Multichoice Nigeria have canvassed establishment of an Intellectual Property..
The Senate, yesterday, confirmed Dr Aminu Maida as substantive Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). The confirmation during plenary followed adoption of report of the Committee on Communications that screened Maida on Wednesday, November 15. Panel chairman and former Minister of Communications, Senator Ikra Aliyu Bilbis, urged the…
The Senate has confirmed the appointment of Dr. Aminu Maida as the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC).
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said effective application of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is critical in combating financial crimes by enabling real-time surveillance, regulatory compliance and secure data processing...
Former Special Adviser to the former Executive Vice-Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Dr Ernest Ndukwe, Ayoola Oke has suggested that the Central Bank of Nigeria should collaborate with Nigerian Export-Import (NEXIM), African Export-Import (AFREXIM) and Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to provide financial support for small Information Technology (IT) Operators in Nigeria.
Notwithstanding the investments that have gone into Nigeria’s data centre sub-sector, there are concerns that capacity utilisation of these facilities remains very poor when compared to other countries within the region, including South Africa, Kenya and others.
Telecoms operators in Nigeria and other parts of the region are expected to spend $75 billion on their networks from 2023 to 2030, mostly on 4G technology.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has reiterated its commitment to further stimulate the development and growth in the Fintech sector through regulatory interventions.