Abuja - The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is organising the inaugural annual Conference of African Telecom Regulators on Consumer Affairs.
The organisation said the event was in line with its mandate to protect and promote the interests of telecommunications consumers as well as efforts to synergize with other telecom regulators in Africa.
The event is scheduled for Thursday and Friday at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island in Lagos.
The theme of the conference is "Harnessing Regulatory Policies to Protect Telecom Consumers in Africa."
The event will provide a platform for policy makers, regulators, legislators, operators, and other key stakeholders to discuss important issues and problems affecting telecom consumers in Africa.
It is expected that at the end of the conference, a roadmap to resolving consumer-related issues in Africa would have been designed.
- CAJ News