The Nigerian Federal Radio Company (FRCN) in Kaduna State earlier right this moment hosted the Govt Vice President of the Nigerian Communications Fee (NCC), Professor Omar Danpatta, the place he mentioned a variety of points affecting the telecommunications trade.  Appeared in "Hanu Da Yawa," a well-liked program on Radio Nigeria Kaduna, broadcasting within the Hausa language and internet hosting the nation's governors, ministers, and senior authorities officers, Danpatta spoke about quite a few communications points associated to communication and shopper safety.
Anchored by the duo Yusef Zain Dougara and Aba Bashir, Danbata completely mentioned a number of milestones that had already been recorded beneath his management prior to now 5 years by means of the intense implementation of NCC's Strategic Imaginative and prescient Plan (SVP) primarily based on an 8-point agenda to make sure Availability, accessibility and affordability of service for Nigerians.
Throughout the broadcast, Danpatta answered questions on a variety of points affecting the telecom trade, notably these associated to shopper points.
eloquently supplied solutions to the assorted questions posed by the broadcasters and people acquired instantly over the cellphone from listening customers, who took benefit of the looks of the EVC on the radio program to make clear the issues and lift their considerations concerning the communication companies acquired from their very own networks.
EVC took the chance to tell customers of varied consumer-focused NCC initiatives such because the NCC toll-free quantity 622, Do Not Disturb Code (DND) 2442 brief, quantity 112 for emergency communications, amongst others. It additionally educated customers on find out how to use these services to guard themselves from unhealthy practices by networks.
Reaffirmed NCC's dedication to making a extra aggressive telecom market to attain elevated connectivity amongst Nigerians in addition to to advertise initiatives in defending over 205 million telecom customers within the nation.