The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has called on ICT reporters not to relent in its oars in propagating NCC’s mandate, at a time the world is being faced with the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Director Public Affairs of NCC, Dr Ikechukwu Adinde made the disclosure at a virtual meeting with ICT reporters in Abuja.
He charged the reporters to seek for ways of promoting mutual relationship between the agency and the public, through effective reportage at all times.
The NCC spokesperson commended the media for being at the forefront in promoting the growth and development of the Communications sector.
“We are mindful of your track record and output over the years, they are everywhere. We want to continue the cordial relationship, thereby improving the mutual interest of our stakeholders.
The commission is willing to partner with the reporters through the various media organization to reach the wider member of the public”.
“We are commending the media for standing by us through thick and thin. We are assuring you that we will sustain the partnership. The commission is seeking for areas in which to partner with the media, which will bring meaningful development to the country”.
Speaking at the event, the ICT reporters expressed the willingness to continue the good work, and gave assurance to give the necessary support in delivering NCC mandate.