The Nigerian Communications Commission(NCC) has revealed that active mobile line subscriptions grew from 206 million in June 2022 to 222 million by December 2022.Information Guide Nigeria
This was announced by NCC, Executive Vice Chairman, Prof Umar Danbatta at the 2023 edition of Youth, Civil Society, and Stakeholder Summit on curbing the destruction and vandalisation of telecoms and other critical national infrastructure in Nigeria.
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According to THE NATION, Danbatta said, from the data on subscriptions, it was clear the telecoms markets continued to grow in relation to increased Infrastructures, network capacities, and digital economy platforms, among others.NYSC portal
He added that the NCC and the Independent National Electoral Commission(INEC) are working to deliver free, fair and credible elections with the use of digital platforms.
Represented by the Principal Manager, Department of Technical Standards, Chukwuma Nwenwu, Danbatta emphasized that the summit was necessary considering the country’s upcoming 2023 general elections where digital platforms would play key roles.
Speaking about the vandalisation of telecoms Infrastructure, Danbatta said it has remained a subject of concern to all stakeholders.
Danbatta revealed that reports are received from Mobile Network Operators on the effects of vandalism on their operations across the country.JAMB Result