NCC site goes offline
INTERNET| Aug. 19, 2012, 8:44 a.m.
Nigeria’s National Communications Commission website has gone down, with all traffic now routed to a mirror version of the site.
NCC said in a notice that the NCC's website (http://www.ncc.gov.ng/) has been offline for over 24 hours. The regulator said: “The issue is currently being rectified and the site is being upgraded to prevent similar future occurrences. Kindly bear with us.”
In the meantime, the NCC's website has been relocated to the following address: http://www2.ncc.gov.ng/.
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