The management of TStv Africa on Monday paid a courtesy visit to the leadership of the Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria at their head office in Garki area of Abuja. Led by Dr. Bright Echefu, the Managing Director, the visit followed an earlier visit by some members of the organization to TStv premises where they expressed delight at the facility.
Present at the meeting from the BON side were Hajiya Sa’a Ibrahim, Chairman of BON and the DG of Abubakar Rimi TV, Alh. Ismail Sani – Chairman and CEO of Platinum Radio and WTV, Alh. Ibrahim Dasuki Nakande, former Minister of Information and Chairman of Unity TV/Radio Jos, Usman Umar Bello, Director Admin/Finance of BON and Alhaji Shehu Dalhatu, a media Consultant.
In the TStv delegation with the Managing Director were the Executive Director Finance, Mr. Felix Igboanugo; the Executive Director Marketing and Commercials, Dr. Aisha Turaki; the Executive Director Administration, AlhajiUmar Law
Bright Echefu in his speech to the BON leadership during the courtesy visit said that TStv is creating a Pay Per View model which he explained as the customeronly having to pay for the stations they watch. With stations as low as NGN3 per day, Echefu further explained that the Pay As You Go model would help customers to recharge their decoder accounts with as low as NGN50 recharge cards and keep their account balance intact when they do not use the decoder.
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Hajiya Sa’a Ibrahim, Chairman of BON in her response expressed delight at the visit of the TStv management and their membership of BON, saying that there was always room for more media members in the organization as the need to come together and collaborate always exists. She asserted that BON needed to reclaim its mission in agenda-setting and also to pay attention to the youths in order to help the government curb anti-social elements that had become rampant on social media.
The courtesy visit ended with a gift of a few decoders and dishes presented to the BON leadership and a vote of thanks by Alhaji Dasuki Nakande.