Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) Wins European Award

June 8, 2016, 4:39 pm

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) this weekend bagged the 2016 European Society for Quality Research Award for Best Practices in Regulation.

Tony Ojobo, Director Public Affairs, who represented Professor Umar Danbatta, the Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, received the award on behalf of the Nigerian telecoms regulator at an award presentation ceremony in Brussels, Belgium.

According to the NCC, the European Society for Quality Research (ESQR) recognises and highlights outstanding business results, best practices, quality awareness and achievements by companies in regional and global markets.

The ESQR Awards recognise organisations’ distinctive performance improvement, organisational excellence, customer focus and encourage them to share their best practices experience and knowledge with other organisations. The recognition is independent assurance for organisations stakeholders and customers, and it motivates the organisations employees to strive for sustainable excellence.


Source: Technology Times

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