Umar Garba Danbatta
UK, Nigeria to advance inclusive digital access for unserved Nigerians
The United Kingdom (UK) government has declared its commitment to support Nigeria in its inclusive digital economic agenda to promote the growth of technology ecosystem and close the digital divide in the country.
Telecoms sector boosts GDP by 12.45% as prospect looks brighter
Nigeria’s telecommunications industry is one of the sectors whose performance in the last quarter of 2020, lifted the country out of recession.
Telecoms subscribers deserve better services, says Danbatta
As you are aware, I was honoured with the ZIK Prize award in the professional leadership category. We were two that got the award. The other person is a banker.
National Roaming Service to bridge connectivity gaps
Although, Nigeria can boast of having connected 286 million telephone lines since the telecoms revolution started almost two decades ago, where 205 million are active subscribers, with unique subscriptions nearing 100 million.
NCC counts gains of MTN listing as investors see N1tr price appreciation
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC’s) decision to facilitate the listing of MTN Nigeria on the country’s Stock Exchange market has continued to bring economic gains to Nigeria...
NCC promises robust ICT infrastructure for economic development
For even development of the country and the economy, Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, has pledged that his organisation would continue to promote...
Pantami woos Swedish government on broadband infrastructure
The Swedish Government has been called upon to invest in Nigeria’s burgeoning telecommunications sector, especially in the broadband sub-sector of the industry.
NCC promises better telephony services as 22m Nigerians activate DND
With consumers’ interest and how they could get better quality of services as a focal point, the Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta