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Insecurity: NCC, Security Operatives Working To Tackle Challenges

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The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Dr. Aminu Maida, has said the agency is working with security agencies and other stakeholders to address the insecurity in the country.

Aminu, who gave the assurance while unfolding his plans at a parley with media executives in Abuja, assured consumers and the operators that they would have a win-win situation.

He said: “We will continue to work closely with security agencies and other agencies to face and tackle these challenges. NCC works closely with security agencies and this collaboration was there before I joined.”

Aminu, who gave the assurance while unfolding his plans at a parley with media executives in Abuja, assured consumers and the operators that they would have a win-win situation.

He said: “We will continue to work closely with security agencies and other agencies to face and tackle these challenges. NCC works closely with security agencies and this collaboration was there before I joined.”

The NCC boss assured Nigerians that consumers would enjoy improved services under his watch.

He said: “As the EVC and with the collaboration of all stakeholders, we shall drive optimal quality of experience for consumers across all points as well as expansion of broadband infrastructure while fostering innovations and sustainable growth of the telecommunication sector.

“I am not the Messiah, but I am confident we can do little things to make things better. I promise to work more in a collaborative way than to wield the big stick. But the fact that we are collaborating does not mean we should not apply sanctions when necessary.

“We need a win-win situation. We are working on how to manage a delicate balance between consumers and operators who will need returns for their investments. We have released a draft of Corporate Governance framework.

“My loyalty is to Nigerians and they include President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. But it starts with the consumers. If you don’t make consumers happy, how will licencees get returns for their investments?

“We want to make our industry more secured through data protection and cyber security.” (Nation)

Source: Hardcore News

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