The Federal Radio Company of Nigeria (FRCN), Kaduna State earlier at present hosted the Govt Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Fee (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, the place he mentioned a variety of points affecting the telecommunications business.
Showing on “Hannu da yawa”, a well-liked programme on Radio Nigeria Kaduna, broadcast in Hausa language and which has hosted governors, ministers and high authorities officers within the nation, Danbatta spoke on varied telecoms points bordering on connectivity and client safety.
Anchored by the duo of Yusuf Zain Dogara and Abba Bashir, Danbatta extensively mentioned varied milestones already recorded beneath his management within the final 5 years by way of a diligent implementation of the NCC’s Strategic Imaginative and prescient Plan (SVP) anchored on an 8-Level Agenda for making certain service availability, accessibility and affordability to Nigerians.
In the course of the course of the radio programme, Danbatta answered questions on a variety of points affecting telecoms business, particularly these bordering on consumer-related points.
He eloquently supplied solutions to numerous questions requested by the 2 anchors and people obtained straight by way of a phone-in from listening customers, who took benefit of the EVC’s look on the radio programme to make clear points and lift their issues on telecommunications companies obtained from their respective networks.
The EVC used the chance to tell the customers on varied NCC’s consumer-centric initiatives such because the NCC’s toll-free Quantity 622, the Do-Not-Disturb (DND) 2442 Quick Code, the 112 Emergency Communications Quantity, amongst others. He additionally educated the customers on how these services can be utilized to guard themselves from unwholesome practices by the networks.
He re-emphasised NCC’s dedication to making a extra aggressive telecom market to realize elevated connectivity amongst Nigerians as properly and strengthening initiatives at defending the over 205 million telecoms customers within the nation.