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On Monday 13th November, 2017, the leadership of the ECOWAS Youths Council headed by Amb Seun O. Williams visited the TSTv head office in Abuja.

The delegation was warmly received by the MD/CEO Bright Echefu and his team. The visit was part of the familiarization tour initiated by the EYC to drive its vision of advocating for a more enterprising, cohesive and ambitious West African youth population.

During the tour, the delegation inspected the state of the art facilities of the cable Tv and ascertained their readiness to efficiently serve the region without hitches.

The delegation extolled the young CEO for his cutting-edge vision, dynamism and disruption strategy that has seen him become a meritorious rallying point for young West Africans. The EYC pledged it’s total support and commitment to the growth of TSTv, a West African brand with global standards and novel innovations.

The team also discussed areas of partnership and collaboration to spur mutual growth. These partnerships would include the establishment of an entrepreneurship hub that would facilitate mentorship of young entrepreneurs within the region, promote participation of young people in leadership and politics.

So far, the advent of the TSTv brand has prompted the review of the hitherto exploitative policies of other cable operators on the citizenry, a development that is highly welcomed. The ICT hub of west Africa has also received some impetus with the first of its kind data services TSTv plans to provide. The brand looks to create over 10million new jobs(direct and indirect).

The EYC wishes to express its unprecedented satisfaction and confidence in the TSTv brand and the team of experts headed by the MD/CEO.

Chinyereugo O. Ezimah
SA Media and Publicity

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