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Thursday, January 26, 2006

Consumer Parliament goes to Ibadan

The first edition of this year’s Telecom Consumer Parliament organised by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), train has moved to the centre of Yoruba politics, Ibadan.

Holding on Friday, January 27, at Jogor Centre, Harvester Close, Liberty Road, Ibadan, tomorrow, this edition would commence at 2.30 p.m. prompt, according to the Head, Public Affairs at NCC, Mr. Dave Imoko.

He explained that the parliament puts telecoms operators and the industry regulator on the spotlight of the consumers.

The event, which is the 26 edition, would deal with the services of both fixed line and mobile operators.

ITREALMS Online gathered that the parliament also would dwell on issues pertaining to Quality of Service (QoS), consumer rights protection, environmental impact assessment, interconnection, tariffs and universal service provision.

The audience, he said, is expected to cut across major stakeholders in the industry, opinion leaders, public affairs and policy analysts, government officials and students.

He further said, that telecoms services consumers, as well as the general public are urged to attend this interactive programme that would be recorded for a network broadcast on the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and other television stations, nationwide.

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