A statement on Sunday in Abuja by Sonny Aragba-Akpore, NCC Assistant Director Public Affairs, said Nwokike’s appointment took effect from October 8.
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Tony Ojobo, the Director of Public Affairs, Nigerian Communications Commission, retired on Thursday from the nation’s telecom regulatory body after 18 years of meritorious service.
The NCC Director of Public Affairs, Tony Ojobo, said this at a three-day Digital Pay Expo 2018, describing digital economy as an inevitable phenomenon of growth, which nations of the world could not resist.
Tony Ojobo, the NCC’s Director of Public Affairs said in a statement on Thursday that the remittance was in compliance with the Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2007 (FRA 2007).
Tony Ojobo, the Director Public Affairs, NCC announced this in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja.
The regulatory body announced this on Monday in Lagos in a statement by its Director of Public Affairs, Tony Ojobo
The Director of Public Affairs, NCC, Tony Ojobo, made the call during an interview with newsmen in Lagos on the sideline of the 2017 Dinner and Awards of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Director, Public Affairs, NCC, Tony Ojobo, on Thursday in Lagos.
Ojobo said that the attention of the commission had been drawn to a report by some media organisations to the effect that NCC was represented on the new Board of Etisalat.
Tony Ojobo, the Director, Public Affairs, NCC, said in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday that a smooth transitional process was currently ongoing on mutually agreed terms
The assurance is coming on the heels of the change in the ownership structure of Etisalat Nigeria
The company is threatened to be taken over by its creditors because of it has defaulted in repaying the loan
The Director of Public Affairs of the NCC, Tony Ojobo, said this in a statement issued in Abuja
The regulators said instead of the 35 per cent reduction it announced from the initial fine of $5.2 billion, the slash should have been by 25 per cent
The NCC noted that MTN, in a letter of November 2, admitted the infraction and pleaded for leniency
The telecommunications service provider is said to be falling short in terms of quality service, over billing of customers, arrogance of its customer service executives and high call rates among other minuses
Tony Ojobo, Director, Public Affairs of the commission, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja that the lines were mostly of the Global System Mobile Communication stock