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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Telecom parliament moves to Awka

The monthly Telecom Consumer Parliament hosted by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), would on Friday, June 27, this year move to Awka, the capital of Anambra State.

Head, Public Affairs at NCC, Mr. Dave Imoko in a press statement made available to Champion Infotel, said that this session would hold at the Parktonian Hotel along Enugu-Onitsha Express Way, Awka, Anambra State.

Imoko also said that telecom consumers, including individuals and corporate organizations in Anambra State and adjoining states are expected to attend the Telecom Consumer Parliament, which commences at 1.00 pm.

According to him, this edition is the 47th Parliament session, which is an innovative public awareness and interaction programme that enables consumers of telecom services to meet face-to-face with the operators and are given the opportunity to express their views and complaints to them with the presiding.

The Consumer Parliament sessions, he explained, have so far created more awareness of the rights of the consumer and the obligations of the service providers in the resolution of their problems and concerns.

Equally, the Parliament has afforded operators to clarify issues pertaining to their services delivery, and to publicly give account of the ways in which they provide services to the subscribers.

“The feedbacks from such sessions are used by the Commission to initiate regulatory interventions,” he said.


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