The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the telecoms industry regulator, leveraged the recently concluded 22nd Lagos International Trade Fair to engage with telecoms subscribers and business owners on new trends and development of the telecoms sector.
Organised annually by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) at the Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS) in Lagos Island, the trade fair offers opportunities for manufacturers, and service providers to showcase their latest goods and services to the general public.
Addressing telecoms subscribers and business owners during the NCC Special Day at the 2023 Lagos International Trade Fair, the Head, Corporate Communications at NCC, Nnena Ukoha, welcomed telecoms subscribers and assured them of the commission’s resolve to address all their challenges as they relate to telecoms service offerings from the telecoms operators.
During the interactive session with telecoms consumers, NCC was able to provide answers to all questions asked by telecoms subscribers, as they relate to telecoms service offerings.
In his welcome address, the President of LCCI, Dr. Michael Olawale Cole, commended the NCC for its consistency and active participation at the yearly Lagos International Trade Fair.
The Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, Dr. Aminu Maida, who was represented by the Director, Corporate Affairs at NCC, Mr. Reuben Muoka, said NCC was pleased to leverage the trade fair platform to engage telecoms consumers and business owners who are based in various regions of the country.
Speaking about the theme of this year’s trade fair, “Connecting Businesses, Creating Value,” Maida said it was apt and timely, considering that it aligned with the strategic direction of the Ministry of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy.