Public Inquiries on the Draft Registration of Telephone Subscribers Regulations, SIM Replacement Guidelines and The Spectrum Trading Guidelines
The nation’s telecommunications regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has issued three more draft regulatory guidelines, and published same for stakeholders’ comments.
According to a statement from the Commission, the draft regulatory instruments is published in exercise of its functions under the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and will require stakeholders contributory comments, questions and feedbacks before the virtual Public Inquiry slated for October 5, 2021.
The Inquiry will focus on the three regulatory instruments – Registration of Telephone Subscribers Regulations; SIM Replacement Guidelines; and Spectrum Trading Guidelines.
Announcing it, the statement said: “In accordance with Section 57 of the Act, Public Inquiries in respect of the above mentioned draft regulatory instruments have been scheduled to hold virtually at 11.00am.”
“Interested stakeholders are by this notice invited to make written submissions on the subject and participate in the Public Inquiries. Details of the virtual meeting will be forwarded to interested attendees prior to the Public Inquiries”, continued the statement signed by the NCC Public Affairs Director.
The NCC further directs stakeholders to make the written submissions on the subject to reach the Commission on or before Friday, September 24, 2021.