Commission endorses the 2016 ICT and Telecommunication Expo

The NCC, The Nigerian Internet Registration Agency (NIRA), and other bodies recently endorsed the Expo which comes up at Eko Hotel & Suites from July 26th 2016.

NCC endorses the 2016 ICT and Telecommunication Expo

Mr. Adebiyi Oladipo, Treasurer (7 left) and Mr. Sikiru Shehu, Financial Secretary (5 right) both on the Executive Board of Directors of NIRA and staff of NIRA displayed NIRA’S commitment to supporting the ICTEL EXPO as they handed over the endorsement letter for the 2016 ICTEL EXPO to Mr. Whyte Otokini (3 left) for the LCCI during a courtesy visit to the agency.

Also, the LCCI earlier got endorsement from the Federal Ministry of Communication Technology, The Federal Ministry of Science & Technology, and the Lagos State Ministry of Science & Technology for the 2016 ICTEL EXPO.

Other bodies such as The National Inter-Bank Settlement Systems (NIBSS), NITDA, CPN, ALTON, ISPAN, NCS, ATCON, and the Nigerian Internet Group also endorsed the event.

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