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As part of efforts targeted at mitigating and possibly eliminating the various security challenges occasioned by fraudulently-activated Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards in the country, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has been exploring different regulatory interventions and striking collaborations with necessary agencies and stakeholders in the country. A pre-registered SIM
The Zonal Office of the Nigerian Communications Commission in Kano recently received members of the Association of Mobile Phones and Allied Products Traders of Nigeria (AMPAT) who came on a courtesy and familiarization visit. The AMPAT delegation made up of the members of its Board of Trustees and the Executive
In a sequence that is novel and phenomenal, the Zonal Office of the Nigerian Communications Commission in Kano rolled out three different programmes in three cities in keeping with its mandate to continually citizens about developments in the telecom sector. The Consumer Conversation forum, the zone’s first in 2019, held
Nigeria is now a reference point in the chronicle of the 4th Industrial Revolution but needs to take up the challenge of re-storying the gains in the context that makes meaning by recalling how NCC shepherds the great impact of ICT and telecoms in all spheres of Nigerian life. The
The Kano Zonal Office of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) recently gave a concrete expression to the centrality of all-inclusive consultations as a theme for attaining sustainable development, when it organised a multi-stakeholder meeting with beneficiaries of Digital Access Programme (DAP) within its jurisdiction. DAP is one of the four