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  • Updated: September 15, 2022

Telecom Group Appoints Chairperson, Others

A Nigerian pro-technology, Telecommunication and Technology Sustainability Working Group has revealed that it has appointed inaugural board members.

According to a communique, the firm stated that as an advocate for sustainability through best practices in Information Communication Technology, the board consists of prominent personalities with a proven track record within the telecommunication and technology industries.

It stated that they are the “Chairperson, Mohammed Abdu-Waya, who is the Head Strategy at FCT Internal Revenue Service; the vice-chairperson, Dr Wunmi Hassan, who is the president/CEO, High-Tech Centre for Nigerian Women and Youth; Founder/Chief Executive Officer of IQRAM & IRA Technologies, Iklimatu Ramallan; Chair, Mobile Software Solutions Ltd, Dr Chris Uwaje; and Prof. Francis Idachaba, professor of Communication Engineering, Covenant University.”

Abdu-Waya, while speaking at the inaugural board appointment, said, “Nigerian businesses are fast redefining their operations around sustainable business models that create enduring value for all stakeholders and the planet.

“It is against this backdrop that TTSWG is positioned to propel more action in sustainability across industries by creating a strong network for collaboration.”

Speaking to the board members, he said, “It is an honour to serve these highly experienced and inspiring leaders.”

 

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