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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is inviting stakeholders to actively engage in shaping future regulations by sharing their insights through written feedback and participating in Public Inquiries in the vibrant city of Abuja.

This collaborative effort aims to foster constructive dialogue and ensure that regulatory instruments reflect the diverse perspectives and needs of all involved parties. Join us in charting the course for a dynamic and inclusive telecommunications landscape in Nigeria!

The NCC, in line with its duties outlined in the Nigerian Communications Act 2003, has unveiled a treasure trove of draft regulatory instruments on its official online domain.

This move beckons stakeholders far and wide to engage in a symphony of collaboration, offering their insights and perspectives to shape the future landscape of telecommunications in Nigeria. With each comment and review, a brushstroke of progress is painted, weaving together a tapestry of innovation and inclusivity, ensuring that the voices of all are heard in the harmonious orchestration of regulatory excellence.

Dr. Reuben Muoka, the Director of Public Affairs, unveiled a harmonious draft of regulations destined to fine-tune the telecommunications landscape.

He highlighted the key amendments, transforming mere regulations into a crescendo of innovation. Among the virtuosic compositions were the Telecommunications Networks Interconnection Regulations, the melodic Guidelines on Procedure for Granting Approval to Disconnect.

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Telecommunications Operators, and the resonant Guidelines on Dispute Resolution. Each note struck a chord of advancement, promising a harmonious future for telecommunications in the digital symphony of tomorrow.

Embarking on a quest to unite voices, the NCC orchestrates a grand assembly, inviting stakeholders far and wide to participate in the tapestry of dialogue. With precision akin to a conductor’s baton, they have woven a calendar of Public Inquiries, marking the rhythmic cadence of collaboration. Each date serves as a portal, beckoning the curious and the impassioned to converge and coalesce ideas into a symphony of shared understanding. With each scheduled moment, the stage is set for harmony to flourish and the seeds of progress to take root in the fertile soil of collective wisdom.

As the deadline of Friday, May 10, 2024, approaches, the Commission eagerly awaits submissions, urging contributors to share their insights and ideas. All submissions are warmly welcomed by the Executive Vice Chairman at the NCC’s headquarters in Abuja.

For convenience, soft copies can be emailed to [email protected] and [email protected]. Let’s bring forth innovation and collaboration in this endeavor!