NCC Management Engages Leading Media Figures in an Interactive Session in Lagos

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L-R: Chairman, Editorial Board, The Nation Newspapers, Sam Omatseye; Executive Commissioner, Stakeholder Management, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Adeleke Adewolu; Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, NCC, Dr. Aminu Maida; President, Guild of Corporate Online Publishers/Publisher, RealNews Magazine, Maureen Chigbo; Executive Commissioner, Technical Services, NCC, Engr. Ubale Maska and President, Guild of Nigerian Editors/Editor, Vanguard Newspapers, Eze Anaba during a special media interactive session hosted by the Management of NCC in Lagos on Thursday 

Top executives from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) recently convened with influential media personalities in Lagos for a special interactive session. The meeting, held on Thursday, brought together key figures in the media industry to discuss pertinent issues related to telecommunications and stakeholder management.

It had a notable lineup of attendees, including Dr. Aminu Maida, the Executive Vice Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of NCC, and Adeleke Adewolu, the Executive Commissioner for Stakeholder Management. The distinguished gathering also included Engr. Ubale Maska, the Executive Commissioner for Technical Services at NCC, alongside prominent media figures such as Sam Omatseye (Chairman, Editorial Board, The Nation Newspapers), Maureen Chigbo (President, Guild of Corporate Online Publishers/Publisher, RealNews Magazine), and Eze Anaba (President, Guild of Nigerian Editors/Editor, Vanguard Newspapers).

During the interactive session, participants delved into critical issues impacting the telecommunications sector and its relationship with the media landscape. The discussions spanned topics ranging from regulatory developments to the evolving role of media in shaping public perception of the industry.

The meeting showcased a commitment to fostering collaboration and understanding between the NCC and media entities. With representatives from leading publications and online platforms present, the event provided a platform for open dialogue and the exchange of insights.

As the telecommunications sector continues to play a great role in Nigeria’s socio-economic development, the engagement between NCC leadership and media influencers in Lagos marks a positive step towards enhancing transparency, communication, and mutual cooperation between regulatory bodies and the media.

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