NCA Engages Stakeholders in Northern Sector on Draft QoS Regulations

NCA Engages Stakeholders in Northern Sector on Draft QoS Regulations

As part of ongoing consultations with a cross section of stakeholders, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has held a Public Consultation Workshop in Tamale on the Draft Quality of Service regulation. The Northern sector stakeholder’s engagement took place on Tuesday April 23, 2019. The stakeholders were drawn from institutions and organizations including Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies, Mobile Network Operators, Schools, Security Services, Civil Society Organizations and the Media in the Northern, Savannah and North East Regions.

 

Delivering a speech on behalf of the Director General of NCA, Mr. Joe Anokye, a Deputy Director General in charge of Technical Operations Mr. Henry Kanor explained that, the purpose of the regulation is to guide the assessment of the quality of service being provided by telecommunication network providers through Voice, Data and Text. He indicated the engagement is in line with section 4.1 of the National communication policy (2005) and section 5(h) of the National Communications Act, 2008, Act 769.