The members of the governing board of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has restated its commitment to ensuring that telecom consumers get the best of quality of service, as well as provide a level playing ground for telecom operators, to aid revenue generation in line with the current administrations change agenda.
This was disclosed by the Chairman of the board, Sen Olabiyi
Durojaiye, in Abuja during the reception and presentation of the new board of commissioners to the telecom industry.
Durojaiye explained that just as the consumers have rights, operators also have their own rights as guaranteed by the law and as such must be given an environment that will encourage productivity, to aid consumer satisfaction.
The Executive Vice-chairman of the Commison, Prof Umar Danbatta while expressing confidence on the board members gave the assurance that quality of service remains their watch word thus the declaration of “2017 year of the telecom consumer”.
While enumerating the financial contributions of the sector he gave the assurance that no stone will be left unturned towards achieving the Commission’s 8 point agenda.
Speaking at the event the Minister of Communications, Barr. Adebayo Shittu said that Nigeria has so far gained 80b extra from the current management of the commission on top of what they have been gaining for Nigeria by way of selling of spectrums and licensing operators.