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Digital Economy: State Governors Resolve To Address Right of Way Challenges

The State Governors under the auspices of the Governors’ Forum, resolved to address the lingering issue of Right of Way (RoW) charges in a bid to deepen broadband penetration in the country and promote a Digital Economy for a Digital Nigeria.   The resolution followed a presentation made by Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), FNCS, FBCS, FIIM, Honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, during the meeting of the Governors’ Forum held on the 22nd of January, 2020. He was accompanied to the meeting by Prof Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Kashifu Inuwa, CCIE, Director-General of...

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ATCON Kicks Against Hike Of RoW

In a recent statement by the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), wishes to state that the recent hike in the cost of Right of Way (RoW) by some State Governments and Agencies is unnecessary as it will be counterproductive and slow down broadband development in the States. While ATCON commends the State Governors for the giant strides in the area of accelerating the development and growth of their various States, the association reiterates its commitment to work with the various State Governments and Agencies in providing an enabling environment for the establishment of more telecom and ICT Companies in the...

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Pantami Meets Media, Enlightens Need for Digital Economy

The Honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy (HMCDE), Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), recently meet with members of the Abuja Chapter of the Nigerian Information Technology Reporters Association (NITRA), convened by the Minister to enlighten the media about steps that had been taken by the FMoCDE under his leadership, to enhance the transition to digital economy at a media parley and press briefing which took place at Treasure Suites, Maitama, Abuja. The briefing was attended by chief executive officers and management staff of the FMoCDE and its agencies, including Engr. Ubale Maska, NCC's Executive Commissioner Technical Services, who represented the EVC of...

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