The Federal Republic of Nigeria

Public Notices

The following are the Public Notices issued by the Nigerian Communications Commission. By the publication of these notices in print, broadcast or online, the Commission seeks to inform the public of developments and upcoming actions relating to its activites and the Nigerian telecommunications industry.

  1. INTRODUCTION

    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is the Federal Government Agency responsible for the regulation of the telecommunication industry in Nigeria.   Pursuant to its statutory mandate, and consistent with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act  2007, the NCC hereby invites qualified, competent and  reputable contractors, consultants and service providers to submit bids for the following works and goods in its 2019 budget:

 

  1. INTRODUCTION

    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is the Federal Government Agency responsible for the regulation of the telecommunication industry in Nigeria. Pursuant to its statutory mandate, and consistent with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act 2007, the NCC hereby invites qualified, experienced, competent and reputable Consultants to submit Expression of Interest (EOI) for the under-listed services in its 2019 budget:

  1. INTRODUCTION

    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is the Federal Government Agency responsible for the regulation of the telecommunication industry in Nigeria. Pursuant to its statutory mandate, and consistent with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act 2007, the NCC hereby invites qualified, competent and reputable contractors, consultants and service providers for Prequalification the following works and goods in its 2019 budget:

  1. INTRODUCTION

    The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is the Federal Government agency responsible for regulating the communications industry in Nigeria. Part of her statutory mandate as stipulated in the Nigerian Communications Act 2003, is to establish and enforce standards for all telecommunications equipment in operation to ensure that they operate seamlessly and safely within the Nigerian telecommunications ecosystem.

The Nigerian Communications Commission has identified several abandoned telecommunication masts and towers located in various parts of the country. Failure to maintain these structures over long periods of time has resulted in their technical failure and constant vandalisation with negative consequences on public health and safety.

In certain locations, it was observed that criminals took advantage of these abandoned structures to host illegal broadcast equipment for relaying subversive messages against the State.