By Hannah Nathan, Warri
Executive Vice Chairman/ CEO, of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Professor Umar Danbatta has said the Commission is driving initiatives for the full deployment of the Fifth Generation (5G) network in Nigeria.
Danbatta uncovered this at the event of the “NCC Day” and during the eighteenth Abuja Global Exchange Fair coordinated by the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI).
He said the current year’s version of the Exchange Fair with the theme,” Sustainable Supporting and Tax Collection” is exceptionally able and convenient, particularly taking into account the crucial job the media communications industry plays in driving financial development, encouraging advancement, and upgrading the personal satisfaction for residents across the globe.
Danbatta focused on that as the media communications controller in Nigeria, the Commission bears the obligation of guaranteeing the manageability and essentialness of the area.
He accentuated that the consistent development of telecoms area over the years with its unavoidable positive effect on any remaining areas of the economy as far as expanded robotization of cycles and computerized change in help conveyance has been noteworthy.
Danbatta subsequently expressed that to support the positive effect of the telecoms area on the country’s economy the NCC would keep on establishing a favourable climate that invigorates the organization of a strong telecoms/broadband foundation.
He said, “To support this, thusly, the NCC keeps on establishing a favourable climate that invigorates sending of powerful telecoms/broadband foundation for working on the nature of administration (QoS) and nature of involvement (QoE) for telecoms buyers, be it people or corporates. This is because, as a country, we want a hearty telecoms framework that will assist our ventures with travelling to becoming Data and Correspondence Innovation (ICT)- driven on the off chance that we desire to be carefully serious on the worldwide stage.
“The Commission is working indefatigably with different partners including you, the purchasers, to perceive how more organizations can embrace computerized stages for conveying their administrations to the customer.
“As a controller, we likewise guarantee we continually illuminate you, the buyers on the most proficient method to be safeguarded to forestall instances of online misrepresentation or stay away from purchasers falling casualties of cybercrime shenanigans while in their genuine utilization of the Web.
The Nigerian Correspondences Commission assumes a basic part in the improvement of the broadcast communications industry in Nigeria. As the business proceeds to develop and advance, it is fundamental that we address the issue of economic support and tax collection to guarantee its drawn-out feasibility.
“At this point, if it’s not too much trouble, grant me to emphasize NCC’s obligation to guarantee fair contest and a level-battleground for all partners in the telecom business, especially in defending the interest of shoppers from maltreatment of their freedoms and honour, and against unreasonable practices in the telecom administration’s esteem chain.
“This responsibility is shown by the Commission’s constant work to lay out consistent projects that will Secure, Illuminate and Instruct (PIE Order) telecom buyers through different shopper-driven drives, for example,
“Consumer Education Outreach programmes: These projects incorporate the Telecom Consumer Parliament (TCP), Telecom Hall on Radio (TTR), Telecom Consumer Conservation (TCC), Professional Dialogue, Village Square Dialogue, TV (television) Dialogue, and Trade Fairs like this one today, NYSC, Students – Campuses
Consumer Complaint Management (CCM).”