The Honourable Minister of Communication Technology and the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, invite Private and Public Sector organizations to be part of the ITU Telecom World 2012 holding in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from October 14-1812012.
TELL YOUR ICT SUCCESS STORY
The Telecom revolution in Nigeria in the last 10years has transformed lives in all segments of the society. It provides the platform that makes information available in the right form to the right users both at the personal and organizational levels, and at the right time.
We use this opportunity to invite the public to relate their experiences on how the ICT industry has impacted on their lives in any of the following ways; Improvement of Teaching Condition, Job Creation, Increase in Income for Business, Improvement of Agricultural Production, Involvement in Community Matters, Improvement in Personal Relationship, Time Saving, Health and Sanitation, including Governance.
The story should not be more than 1,500 words and should be submitted not later than September 3, 2012. Selected stories would be included in Nigeria's publications for ITU Telecom World 2012.
All Correspondences should be addressed to:
Mrs. Lolia S. Emakpore
Director, Policy Competition & Economic Analysis
Nigerian Communications Commission,
Fax: +234 9 461 7502
For enquiries, please contact:
Mrs. Nnena Ukoha
International Affairs Unit
Nigerian Communications Commission, Abuja
Telephone: +234 9 461 7066, 094617072,
Signed Tony Ojobo Director, Public Affairs Nigerian Communications Commission www.ncc.gov.ng
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