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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Tambuwal, Amaechi lead speakers @ADA 2014



The 2014 edition of the Africa Digital Forum  (ADF) and Africa Digital Awards (ADA) is slated to be graced by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt.Hon Aminu Tambuwal as the special guest of honour, reports ITRealms.

This is coming as the organisers told ITRealms that Rt. Hon Rotimi Amaechi, the Executive Governor of Rivers State would be the chairman of the day, while his counterpart at Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, Executive Governor of State of Osun, would lead key speakers on December 14 at Sheraton Hotels, Ikeja-Lagos.

According to the anchor, Mr. Tayo Adewusi of ICTWatch Network, other key speakers expected include Austin Okere, Group GMD of CWG Plc and Segun Ogunsanya, the managing director, Airtel Nigeria to name a few, just as the event would be telecast on MITV, TVC, NTA, Focus Television on Cable and YouTube Channels.

Adewusi also told ITRealms that as part of ICTWatch Network focus at this year’s Africa Digital Forum ADF and Africa Digital Awards ADA, they would dwell on the theme “Broadband: Oxygen for a Digital Economy,” which promises to parade the most celebrated ICT industry players and investors, decision makers in federal government parastatalls, state and even local governments.

As said by him, the agenda setters at the forum includes Dr. Eugene Juwah, EVC / CEO of Nigerian Communications Commission NCC, Mr. Peter Jack, DG of National Information Technology Development Agency NITDA and Prince Emeka Mba, DG of National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), while both the Chief host would be Dr Ernest Ndukwe and Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola of Lagos State.

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Pix: Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt.Hon Aminu Tambuwal

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