A assignment from the National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) of Sierra Leone, on Thursday, visited the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for benchmarking of Commission’s administrative approaches, projects and activities.
This was a significant lift to Nigeria’s worldwide positioning as a model in telecom guideline, and its status as a main light of functional proficiency, fortitude and collective Partnership in sub-territorial and Continental media transmission sphere.
The Sierra Leonean designation, driven by Amara Brewah, NATCOM’s Deputy Director-General, was gotten at NCC’s administrative center by Engr. Ubale Maska, NCC’s Exectutive Commissioner Technical Services (ECTS), in the interest of the Executive Vice Chairman (EVC) of NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta.
Brewah offered thanks to NCC for the gathering in spite of the short notification, and expressed that NCC’s motion resonated the worth it agrees the relationship that exists between the two organisations.
He said thanks to the Management of NCC for the chance offered his group and depicted their cooperation with numerous branches of the NCC as exceptionally captivating, very fulfilling and extremely relevant, taking into account that the two nations worked under comparative conditions and have needed to fight with comparative functional issues.
Brewah lamented that the short notice was because of a similarly captivating meetings he and his group had at a new discussion of the West African Telecommunications Regulators Assembly (WATRA).
Maska, who energetically got the guests, informed them that the EVC was booked to complete a significant worldwide task before the arranged visit of the Sierra Leonean partner was gotten by the Commission.
He let the guests know that, if not, the EVC would have wanted to by and by get them in light of the fact that the NCC joins incredible significance to appearances and trades by its partners, particularly in the sub-locale and on the Continent.
The ECTS said that the worth NCC offers on sub-territorial and mainland joint effort and organization clarified EVC’s benevolent endorsement of the solicitation and mandate to him to get the Sierra Leonean designation notwithstanding the short notice.
Maska said the NCC Management was satisfied by the way that the NATCOM assignment found the visit and the commitment with numerous divisions of NCC very rewarding.
He said the Nigerian Communications Commission is very keen to the trust and certainty rested in it and in Nigeria by establishments like NATCOM, and the NCC looks forward wholeheartedly “to likewise figure out how Sierra Leone took care of a portion of its difficulties in telecom guideline and different issues of comparable premium, since we are additionally look for methods of working on our operations.”
Engr. Bako Wakil, the Director of Technical Standards and Network Integrity (DTSNI) at NCC, likewise communicated happiness at seeing the Sierra Leonean delegation.
He said thanks to them for the visit and communicated NCC’s readiness to impart more data to the guests, particularly on Quality of Service (Qos) matters, one of the focal issues on which NCC never rested its paddles in guaranteeing persistent improvement.
The NCC Management group that got the guests incorporate Reuben Muoka, Head Special Duties, whose Department co-ordinated the gathering for the NATCOM group, Hafiz Shehu, Chief of Staff to the EVC, and Dr. Omoniyi Ibietan, Head Online Media, who addressed the Director Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde.
Other individuals from the assignment from Sierra Leone were: Hon. Brima Mansaray, Member of the Information and Communications Committee of the Parliament of Sierra Leone; Paul Squire Esq., Member of NATCOM Board of Commissioners; Abdul Bah, Director Information Technology at NATCOM; Harding Tommy, Director Policy and Government Relations; and Shaka Sasha, Manager, Fraud Management Systems. The assignment had drawing in associations with many arms of NCC including, the Departments of Digital Economy, Licensing and Authorization, Legal and Regulatory Services, TSNI, and Policy, Competition and Economic Analysis.
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