WEETS 23: MTN Award, A Pacesetter To Women &Girls Empowerment

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During the twin light of the deregulation of the ICT and telecoms sector in 2001, the bid for spectrum license was made available for grabs by the industry regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission,( NCC) for both indigenous and multinational players. it is imperative from this standpoint to note that the dynamism inherent in the ICT and telecoms prompted the giant leap taken by no less a company than the ever-efficient, trusted and reliable organisation MTN Nigeria as one of the foremost committed to giving greater accent about women and girls empowerment in Nigeria towards bridging the digital gender gap, the telecoms giant awarded the TECHlife MOST WOMEN DIGITAL SKILL SUPPORTING ORGANISATION OF THE YEAR 2023 at the Women entrepreneurs and executives in tech summit organised by TECHlife media and communications ltd.

According to the convener of the epoch-making event, Ugochi Emmanuel, MTN Nigeria was awarded for their tremendous and remarkable efforts in promoting digital skill development and inclusion for women and girls in Nigeria’s ICT industry.

The regional sales Manager, LSW Fixed Broadband MTN Anastasia Ehidiamhen who represented the collected the award on behalf of the organisation commended the organisers of the award. She applauded the brain behind the event, WEETS and the recognition of her company as this is a testament to their enduring effort over the years. She further noted that this award is a challenge to do more in the area of encouraging the female gender to embrace ICT skills.

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