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NCC in tripartite launch of SVP, compendium, Global Connect - ITREALMS

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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has held a tripartite launch including that of a new Strategic Vision (Implementation) Plan (SVP) 2021-2025, an official compendium and Global Connect, reports ITREALMS.
Prof. Danbatta of NCC
The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NCC, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, disclosed this in Abuja, Tuesday, saying they encapsulated the vision, mission and drive of the NCC.

“It highlights our continuous quest to re-invent and re-invigorate ourselves in order to surpass the achievements of the past years,” he declare.

Danbatta also explained that historically that the launch of a new implementation SVP 2021-2025, defines NCC’s strategic thrusts for the next five years.

On the compendium, he said, its not an academic or a fiction book, but official collection of “my various speeches and presentations over the period of my first tenure in office as Executive Vice Chairman.”

The book, Danbatta said, has been mindfully entitled, “Catalysing Nigeria’s Socio-Economic Transformation through Broadband Infrastructure” to underscore the centrality of broadband in the nation’s journey to a modern digital economy.

On the NCC Global Connect, he said its the Commission’s new media channel – NCC Global Connect, stressing that the establishment of the podcast channel is in line with the strategic initiatives to boost the corporate image and visibility of the Commission via the adoption of innovative channels of communication by developing audio and video contents to reach stakeholders within and outside the country as well as using it to attract the attention of prospective investors into the Nigerian telecommunications market.

“It is our belief that the NCC Podcast will complement our existing online media platforms in supporting the array of our communications activities and collaborations by offering additional innovative ways and tools to engage with our stakeholders,” he said.

The audio content, he explained, could be seamlessly accessed on various channels including Podcast Addict, Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music, Google Music, iHeartRadio, Deezer to name but a few.

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