The Nigerian Communications Commission has said it will hold the newly elected Executive Secretary of the West Africa Telecommunications Regulators Assembly, Mr Aliu Aboki, accountable to the highest standards in order to deliver on the assembly’s objectives.
The NCC Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive, Prof. Umar Danbatta, said this in a statement released on Friday and signed by the commission’s Director of Public Affairs, Dr Ikechukwu Adinde.
Danbatta urged the newly executive secretary “to note all the comments and observations made by member countries during the AGM [Annual General Meeting] and tasked him on the need to be ES for all member states and not only for Nigeria.”
He said the commission, as a regulatory organisation, “will hold Aboki accountable to the highest standards, to deliver on WATRA objectives.”
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