Tuesday, March 22, 2011

UNIBEN Students Commend NCC on SIM Registration Plans

From left: Dr. Eugene Juwah, EVC of NCC, Mr. Ovie Chris, President, AMBAS, Donbra Arubere, and Vivian Patrick, Exco Members @ the presentation of a plaque of recognition to the NCC

The SIM registration plans by the Nigerian Communications Commission have been described as commendable and one that aligns with the track record of performance of the Commission in the development of Nigeria.
President of the Association of Masters of Business Administration of the University of Benin, Mr. Ovie Chris made this observation when the Students Association visited the Commission in Abuja recently.
“We must commend NCC for doing a good job, and we commend it for doing this good job. We cannot enumerate everything the Commission is doing or has done in this visit but we know that the Commission is doing well and we know they are doing a good job,” he said.
“We heard some of your officers saying that some operators are not happy over some issues, but to us that shows you are doing a good job. It is when you are performing on the side of the subscribers that they will not be happy. So, please continue the good work.
“Good service is the best thing that you can offer to the nation and we are happy that the Commission has provided good service to the nation.” Ovie said.
Mr. Ovie said that the students of the department usually carry out an assessment of the different agencies of government and their performances and categorized the Commission as one that has performed creditably well in the development process of this nation.
He said the planned SIM registration project has been identified as one that will assist the security agencies do their work better and protect the lives and properties of Nigerians.
In his response, the Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC, Dr. Eugene Juwah, commended the students for their efforts, especially in taking time to assess the performance of agencies of government as this will be a source of inspiration.
He commended the students for their industry and determination that has enabled them to cope with the difficulties associated with studying in Nigerian universities today.
He urged the students to ensure that they all register when the Commission begins the SIM Card registration programme in few weeks time.

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