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Following concerns being raised by telecoms consumers about the rapidity of data depletion on their devices, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has charged the over 174 million telecoms subscribers in the country to constantly monitor their data usage to authenticate their consumption level.

The Commission particularly enjoined the consumers to always contact their service providers to make requests for cases of discrepancies noted in their data usage.

The second edition of the Nigerian Communications Commission Wellness Programme for 2019 held on Saturday, 6th July 2019, in Abuja.

The programme was introduced few years ago to reduce stress, keep staff in shape and educate them on the need to monitor body signs that may indicate ill-health.

The Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said that a concrete blueprint that would entrench research and development in the telecommunications industry in terms of curriculum development to produce industry-ready graduates and technology entrepreneurs is imperative to shape the future.

The NCC Chief Executive made this declaration today in an opening remark at the inauguration of the National Steering Committee to develop such path-finding document that would contain new approaches in this regard.

VIDEO: NCC Inaugurates National Steering Committee to Develop a Roadmap for the Telecoms Sector

The Executive Commissioner Stakeholder Management at the Nigerian Communications Commission, Sunday Dare, restated the imperative for all citizens to safeguard telecommunication infrastructure across the country because they are critical national assets.

Dare stated the above at a Regional Stakeholders Parliament organised by NCC to engage with relevant state agencies in charge of telecommunications matters which took place in Yola, Adamawa State today.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in collaboration with the African Telecommunications Union (ATU), West African Telecommunications Regulatory Assembly (WATRA) and Mobile and Wireless Forum (MWF), is developing a framework for combating counterfeiting of ICT Devices in the African sub-region.

Amina Shehu, Director Zonal Operations, NCC, revealed this at a Stakeholders Sensitization Programme held today at Bwari, Abuja, on hazardous effect of Non Type Approved Handsets on humans, Quality of Service and e-waste.

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