The Civil Society Groups for Good Governance (CSGGG), an alliance of more than 180 common society associations, has lauded the administration of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) drove by its Executive Vice Chairman (EVC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, for driving different administrative drives for the improvement of country’s computerized economy.
The leader of the gathering, Comrade Ogakwu Dominic, gave the tribute during a visit to the commission’s Head Office in Abuja on Thursday, October 21, 2021 to introduce an honor and appreciation letter to the EVC.
According to Dominic, the declaration of execution introduced to the EVC was in acknowledgment of his endeavors in driving administrative drives under his watch and all the more critically, to see the value in NCC’s help for the fruitful facilitating of an as of late finished up ‘RoundTable on Digital economy’.
“The EVC has shown significant degree of positive energy, responsibility and diplomacy and thusly, the Certificate of Performance (CoP) we are introducing today is to laud you for your eminent history as a pioneer with incredible enthusiasm zeroed in on viable development and progression of the Nigerian economy as the reason for upgraded public turn of events,” Dominic said.
Receiving the assignment in the interest of the EVC, the Assistant Director, Digital Economy, NCC, Uket Bassey, appreciated the honor and authentication introduced to the NCC chief, saying it is emblematic of the way that a significant association like the Civil Society Groups for Good Governance likes the great work the Commission has been doing to make advanced admittance for all and sundry.
Bassey said, as the telecom controller, the Commission intends to help and band together with every pertinent partner and Nigerians on the loose. This, as indicated by him, will guarantee that the development of the country’s financial framework is supported through advancement of widespread access and administration to all Nigerians, paying little mind to their circumstances.
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