NCC sends important message to all Nigerians about the right use of its Facebook Page

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) on Wednesday warned its followers against the abuse of its Facebook page.

This was made known in a statement by the Commission’s Public Affairs Director, Mr. Tony Ojobo who urged followers of its Facebook page to strictly adhere to the page’s moderation policy, when posting comments and desist from turning it into an advertising platform.

According to the statement, posting comments that repeatedly violate the moderation policy may result in the follower’s account being banned from the regulatory body’s page.
It said that the NCC encourage comments that contributes to friendly and intelligent discussion on its activities, programmes and the telecommunications industry in Nigeria, for all visitors.

We aim to respond to direct questions in a timely manner; however, we cannot guarantee response to all questions and comments.
When posting comments, please review and adhere to the moderation policy. Comments and Posts containing advertisements and /or spam may be deleted.
Our wall is not to be utilised as a free advertising space for your business. Do not solicit links for personal blogs and website spam (posting the same comment over and over again).
Abusive language towards fellow commentators, deliberately provoking other commentators or the Nigeria Communications Commission Staff will not be accepted any longer.
Aggressive, insulting, profane or overly negative comments, topics that do not relate to the discussion at hand, may be deleted.
Posting comments that repeatedly violate the moderation policy may result in your account being banned from our page.

Ojobo was quoted as saying.

The statement called on the page followers to report to the moderators, comments that might violate the moderation policy, by clicking ‘x’ in the top right of the comment box and clicking “Report as Abuse”.

It said that the telecommunications umpire strived to make its Facebook page a positive environment, and reserved the right to update the moderation policy as needed.

 

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