Oghenevwede Ohwovoriole in Abuja
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has expressed interest in partnering and collaborating with TSTV, an indigenous satellite television equipment for the soft start of its internet protocol television.
NYSC Chief Executive Officer Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim disclosed this during a courtesy visit to TSTV Headquarters in Abuja yesterday.
A press release issued by Deputy Director, Press and Public Relations, NYSC, Emeka Mgbemena said
Ibrahim, who was taken on a guided tour of all media equipment units by the Managing Director/General Manager, Dr. Bright Echefu, praised his initiative to create a purely indigenous media equipment.
He expressed the need to give wider publicity to NYSC programs, adding that the corps members as talented youngsters in different fields of activity, contributing immensely to national development, would lead the television station.
The CEO of NYSC has sought strong collaboration with TSTV to ensure that the goals of establishing NYSC Internet Protocol TV are met.
He said: “I want to implore you as a former member of the corps to please support us and we want to assure you that we will continue to partner with you for the benefit of both organisations.”
In his remarks, Echefu, expressed his gratitude to the NYSC for the visit.
He added that the collaboration which he prayed would be sustained and deepened would yield the desired results in a short time.