Nigerian Communications Commission Wins Big In Europe

June 8, 2017 • Events, Top Stories, West Africa

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Lagos, Nigeria.

On the 4th of June at the ESQR’s Quality Achievements Awards 2017 Convention in London, The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), for the second consecutive year, won the European Society for Quality Research (ESQR) award

The Commission, who walked away winners in the Platinum category award for Quality Achievements 2017, were delighted to win an award which is “in recognition of its outstanding commitment, support and efforts to endorse and approve achievements in Quality Management”.

The awards which were hosted by the European Society for Quality Research (ESQR), an affiliate of the European Union (EU), drew in applicants from over 60 Countries who all participated in various categories.

Every year the ESQR convention awards selected organisations, Public administrations and companies from Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa and Australia in recognition of their outstanding commitment and results in quality management strategies.

There to receive the award, for the NCC, at the glamorous event was Mr. Tony Ojobo, Director Public Affairs, NCC, on behalf of the Executive Vice Chairman (EVC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta. The award follows the NCC having won at last year’s event held in Brussels, Belgium where they were rated in the Gold category.

One of the driving forces behind The NCC winning the award is there management style which has had a huge impact on the community that it serves. The professional manner which the NNC carries out its regulatory activities in supervising a sector that contributes immensely to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Nigeria were some of the other considerations for the award.

The organisers highlighted the effect that investors’ confidence in the Nigerian Telecommunications sector and pointed out the NCC efforts in ensuring a transparent regulatory system as the key factor.

Staff Writer





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