Nigeria: Regulator calls for rejection of NigComSat legislation

From Wed Dec 5 2012, 01:40:29

Nigeria's regulator has called on the country's Senate to reject a bill aimed at privatizing NigComSat. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) said that it has told the Senate not to approve the move, saying that with poor customer service across the country, it is not wise to add more players onto the private market.   [...]

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