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The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi was yesterday elected the new Chairman of Governors of the West African Monetary Zones (WAMZ) Central Bank Chairman.

He succeeded the former Chairman, Dr Joseph. Mills Jones, Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia.

THE National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) sustained fight against regulated product counterfeiting has awakened international consciousness that Nigeria is no longer a dumping ground for fake and substandard products.

The Director General of NAFDAC, Dr. Paul Orhii made this assertion during the inauguration of Cross River State's NAFDAC Local Government Desk Officers in Calabar. The Director General who was represented by NAFDAC Coordinator in the stae; Mr. Kayode Fagboyo observed that NAFDAC activities has led to increase in production capacities of local pharmaceutical industries.

NIGERIAN Communications Commission (NCC) said it will focus its energies on number portability; the conclusion of SIM card registration exercise; and the auctioning of broadband spectrum licenses in the coming year. The commission also said it will pursue aggressive broadband deployment in more cities and communities across the country.

CHAIRMAN of Daar Communications Plc, Dr. Raymond Dokpesi, has accused the Federal Government of merely paying lip service to the growth and development of the shipping sector.

Dokpesi lamented the poor handling of the shipping sector  recently at the N100 million permanent secretariat fund raising event of the Nigerian Association of Master Mariners (NAMM) held in Lagos.

He accused the government of looking the other way, even as international oil companies (IOCs) operating in the country use foreign shipping lines to lift the nation's crude oil at the detriment of local firms. 

CONTINUING its tradition of consistent awareness creation for the telecoms consumers, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) recently celebrated 9th anniversary of robust consumer advocacy through Telecom Consumer Parliament (TCP), which also the 70th edition of the programme.

Just as issues concerning the consumers and how best they can be served by the operators have always been central focus of each session, the Commission had carefully selected a topic focusing on how telecom consumers can get the best quality service from the service providers.

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