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In Consonance with the Commission’s 3rd and 5th item of the 8-point which focuses on Optimizing Usage and benefits of Spectrum and Facilitating Strategic Collaboration and partnership, the Nigerian Communications Communication on November 29, 2018 held a workshop in the Commission’s headquarters to discuss how to foster innovation and growth in the Telecommunications Industry in the face of emerging and disruptive technologies.

The Executive Vice Chairman, Professor Umar Garba Danbatta while delivering the keynote address noted that the objective of the workshop is to provide an avenue for Regulators, Operators, Investors as well as other stakeholders to examine and constructively exchange ideas on the main demand areas for next generation of services, Spectrum licensing reforms and to discuss the requirements for 5G and other emerging technologies that are to revolutionize the Telecom system and users.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) held South-South Stakeholders Parliament with Relevant Agencies in Charge of 
Telecommunications Matters on 29th November 2018, at Protea Hotel, Benin City, Edo State.

The Theme of the event is “ Optimizing The Benefits of Telecoms Infrastructure in Nigeria”.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) held the 44th edition of its Consumer Town Hall Meeting in Oguta, Imo state on the 29th of November 2018.

The event is an initiative of the Commission held in rural areas to bring together Telecom Consumers in there rural areas with the Network Operators and the Regulator (NCC) to discuss and proffer solutions to consumer-related issues.

The third tier of the Nigerian Communications Commission’s ‘Roundtable Forum with Academia, Telecom Industry and other Stakeholders held at University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State on the 28th and 29th November 2018.

The forum is expected to improve collaboration among the Commission, academia, telecom industry players and other stakeholders to accelerate innovation, industrial growth and sustainable development in the Nigerian telecoms industry.

The Nigerian Communications Commission hosted the 4th quarter of Industry Consumer Advisory Forum (ICAF) at Ibis Hotel, No. 23 Toyin Street, Ikeja, Lagos on November 27, 2018, with a thematic focus on: “Progressing from Customer Service to Customer Experience- The Consumers’ Point of View.”

ICAF was initiated by the NCC in February 2009, for the protection and promotion of the interest of Consumers including persons with Special Needs and the Elderly (Challenged Group) pursuant to the 2003 Act of Parliament establishing the NCC and the Commission’s centric posture and in order to ensure non- discriminatory service delivery as well as acceptable Quality of Experience (QoE) by consumers of ICT products and services.

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