- Nigerian Communications Commission
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is the independent regulatory body for the Nigerian telecommunications industry. The NCC was created under Decree number 75 by the Federal Military Government of Nigeria on 24th of November 1992. The NCC was charged with the responsibility of regulating the supply of telecommunications services and facilities, promoting competition, and setting performance standards for telephone services in Nigeria.
The commission is headed by a board of nine commissioners, composed of the Chairman, the Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, two Executive Officers, and five non-executive commissioners.
There are five directorates, fourteen departments, and five units. All these offices report to the office of the chief executive.
Directorates and their departments
Spectrum Administration Directorate
- Spectrum Planning
- Spectrum Assignment
- Spectrum Utilization & Monitoring
- Spectrum Database Management
- Zonal Operations
Technical Standards & Network Integrity
- Wireless Networks
- Fixed Networks and Converged Services
- Interconnection & Network Monitoring
- License Docs/Registry
- Telecoms laws/Regulations
- Dispute Resolution
===Human Capital and Infrastructure Group Directorate
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
List of Present Commissioners
- Chairman - Mr Peter Igho
- Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive - Dr. Eugene Juwah
- Executive Commissioner - Dr. Bashir Gwandu
- Former Member - Engr. Patrick S. Kentebe
- Former Member - Engr. Olawale Ige
- Member - Engr. Muhtari Ibrahim Zimit
- Member - Dr. Micheal Onyia
- Member - Mr. Bayo Atoyebi
Plot 432, Aguiyi Ironsi Way Maitama, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory. Tel: 234-9-4617000 Lagos Office
9A Bankole Oki Street, Behind Ikoyi Club, Ikoyi, Lagos.
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