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The Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Lekan Balogun, Alli Okunmade II, has assured the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) of support from the Ibadan traditional institution for its campaign
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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has rallied the academia and telecommunications industry to encourage commercialisation of indigenous technologies.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has committed over N500 million to the Nigerian universities and other tertiary institutions across the country to facilitate research and innovations
The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) has concluded its roadmap to roll out the much-awaited commercialisation of locally developed telecommunication solutions in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), yesterday, expressed worries over incessant theft and vandalisation of telecommunication infrastructures across the country.
One of the major outcomes of the recent stakeholders' meeting held between the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), the nation’s copyright collective management organisations for audiovisual works
The Federal Government has disclosed that telecommunications subscribers would pay five per cent tax on calls, SMS and data services.
The first expo to showcase indigenous content in the Nigerian telecom industry will hold on Monday and Tuesday, August 1-2, 2022 at Landmark Events Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
For the first half of the year, telecommunications operators added 8.9 million subscribers to the country’s network.
Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has been elected to the Governing Council of the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE), a step which signposts his outstanding role in the development of the engineering profession in the country.
Except urgent measures are taken, over 90 per cent of homegrown telecom operators may go into extinction within the next five years.
Members of the Guild of Corporate Online Publishers (GOCOP) have expressed concern over the National Information Technology Development Agency’s (NITDA) Practice Code, describing it as a baseless