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ICT Weekly Arena excites Nigeria airwave, ready for partnership

ITRealms:

A 30 minutes magazine programme, ICT Weekly Arena, designed to create publicity, understanding and growth for the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector has hit the air waves of Metro 97.7 FM and Radio One 103.5 FM on Tuesday 3.30 pm and Friday 1.05 pm respectively, reports ITRealms.

Executive Producer of the programme is Echika Ezuka, prolific columnist, veteran broadcaster, member of the Nigeria Computer Society and pioneer Corporate Communications Adviser of the Zinox Group, told ITRealms that the programme is a product of decades of active participation in research and communications by patriots keen on addressing the under achievement in the sector. 

He also said, the ICT Weekly Arena would sharpen the narrative in respect of revealing the enlightened enthusiasm of the indigenous enterprise often undermined by policy somersaults in government. The programme would attempt to define a standard approach to the challenges of globalization while highlighting the gains and losses of collaboration.

The programme, Ezuka pointed out is painstakingly pre-recorded and broken into segments that capture the publicity and development needs of the ICT sector. 

“Opening with a quote from an ICT icon, each programme starts with a segment on global and local news, highlights ICT trends, provides insight into SME development, unveils the Product of the Week, thumbs up for outstanding innovations and condemns cybercrime in a comic segment,” he said.

Produced with the most exciting content on radio-magazine today, Ezuka said, the ICT Weekly Arena provides a credible platform to advance the corporate objectives of individual players in the ICT sector. 

He emphasized that the fast pace of presentation led by Moses Humphrey and Valerie Aligbe and the electrifying tone of production are designed to reflect the energy and potentials of the ICT sector while delighting sponsors.

In addition, ICT Weekly Arena, he said, has continued to receive the attention of ICT stakeholders and the Nigerian corporate to establish partnerships designed to sustain the ICT Weekly Arena innovation. 

Yudala has fully branded the Trends segment while high flying organizations like Coscharis Technologies, Slot, Bank of Industries, Fidelity Bank and top telecommunication companies are considering partnership approaches that will serve their corporate interests. 

Ezuka assured that the programme has come at an opportune time in the history of Nigeria when all sectors of the economy must embrace the clarion call for change. 

He said that the ICT Weekly Arena would join forces with NITRA and other stake holders to create the enabling environment for the ICT sector to contribute meaningfully to President Muhammadu Buhari’s search for alternate sources of revenue for Nigeria. 

Further, Mr. Ezuka said that the media must set a sustainable agenda for the governments and practitioners to hasten the attainment of Nigeria’s manifest ICT destiny – a Nigeria that is exporting hardware and software to not just Africa but to the rest of the world. 

The ICT Weekly Arena, Echika Ezuka said, would encourage the governments of Nigeria to invest heavily under a protectionist policy towards the attainment of the still relevant vision 20-2020.  
 

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