During the GSM license bid round in 2001, there was an attempt to muscle out Chief Mike Adenuga. The then executive chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) , Dr. Ernest Ndukwe, was very fair and transparent in the manner he handled the exercise. However, powerful forces within the Olusegun Obasanjo administration were bent on frustrating Adenuga from securing a telecoms license.
Telecommunications Companies and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Nigeria evidently mean business this year as they are gearing up to make internet cheaper and accessible for all their subscribers. One of the popular mobile network in Nigeria, Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) with headquarters in South Africa has also said, it would never rescind its promise to keep offering its subscribers mouthwatering benefits while bringing in more innovations to make internet data affordable for Nigerians. A
The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Dr Ernest Ndukwe, and who is also the Chairman of the MTN Board in Nigeria, has spoken regarding the secret behind the dominion of the Telecommunications company, MTN, over the Telecom Space in Nigeria, saying that the company has continued to maintain dominion in the Nigerian telecom space like a colossus. This remark was made by Ndukwe, while he was discussing with hosts at the Virtual Digital Africa
Igbo tribe, being a minority group in Nigeria with history of marginalization in the socioeconomic and political space of the country have contributed immensely towards the development of the Nigerian state. One can go extra miles on trying to discredit the fact that the Igbo tribe drove Nigerians economic reforms over the past years but will clearly find no specific reasons to discredit the facts. Go and check the courageous persons that drove President Olusegun Obasanjo's major economic reforms… Telecom