THE face-off between the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the GSM operators in the country over the N1.17 billion sanction imposed on them by the regulator on poor services in March and April 2012, entered its first month yesterday without any inkling of possible resolution.
The NCC had on May 10, 2012, communicated the sanction in a letter signed on behalf of the Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, Dr. Eugene Juwah, by the Head of Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement, Mr. V ...
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