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Juwah: New NCC strategy for developing broadband infrastructure in Nigeria

EUGENE JUWAH Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission The growth of the telecommunications sector in Nigeria and indeed in sub-sahara Africa in the last ten years has been impressive. In Nigeria for example, tele-density has risen from 0.44% (about 400 thousand active lines) in 2001 to 72% (just over 100 million active) in 2012. This […]

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NCC defends integrity of licensing process against alleged spectrum racketeering

  By Olubunmi Adeniyi Lagos. October 16, 20212: The Nigerian Communication Commission has defended the integrity of its licensing process in reaction to recent allegations that the nation’s telecoms umpire was involved in frequency spectrum racketeering in favour of some companies. NCC says it is giving its side of the story on the issue of […]

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Commissioners may drop Gwandu from Board amid NCC row

    By Olubunmi Adeniyi Lagos. October 14, 2012: Bashir Gwandu, the Executive Commissioner (Technical Services) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) may be sanctioned by its Board of Commissioners over alleged misconduct, in a new twist to the row brewing at the nation’s telecoms regulatory agency. Technology Times learnt that Gwandu may be the […]

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