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Stakeholders’ forum for ITU Telecom World 2016 holds next week in Lagos


 Tony Ojobo

Tony Ojobo

As preparations for the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World 2016 are intensified, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Stakeholders will next week hold a forum in Lagos.

The forum, which is open to Policy makers, Regulatory agencies, Network operators, Value Added Service Providers, Equipment vendors, Software specialists, Innovators, Banks and financial institutions, among others will be an opportunity for all to rub minds on the benefits of ITU events in general and the yearly ITU Telecom World 2016 in particular.

The forum holds at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Ikeja on September 5, and it is being packaged by the Local Organizing Committee (LOC).

Director, Public Affairs at the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Tony Ojobo, in a statement said Nigeria’s theme for this year’s edition of ITU Telecom World is “Smart Communities: the key to a digital Nigeria” and the Country is expected to showcase its achievements and opportunities in its fast growing ICT Sector.

Participants at ITU Telecom World 2016 will have the opportunity to exhibit, showcase their services, attend ITU fora, host sessions, network and engage international participants across the globe through key visibility platforms presented at the event.

ITU Telecom World 2016 holds in Bangkok, Thailand from November 14 – 17.

In the light of multiple benefits derivable by participants, the Stakeholders forum will be hosted for stronger collaboration towards a common goal to deepen ICT penetration in Nigeria.

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