TELL Communications Nominates Danbatta As CEO Of The Year

The President of TELL Communications Limited – distributors of Tell news magazine and Broad Street Journal, Nosa Igiebor, as of late drove a group of top administration staff of the association on a visit to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to pass on the selection of the Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of NCC, Professor Umar Garba Danbatta as the CEO OF THE YEAR 2016.

Igiebor revealed to Danbatta that he was significantly satisfied to be at the NCC “an open part association with a remarkable incredible culture of open administration”. “There was a gigantic reaction when we called for selections, the decision limited to the CEOs of NCC, BOI and NNPC at the end of the day NCC developed highest, however the votes were very close.”

Igiebor expressed that TELL had dedicated its whole history to distributing, championing issues of flexibility and supporting great administration as a springboard to national advancement, however the TELL Awards For Excellence is initiated to praise associations and people possessing “the island of greatness where NCC emerged transcendently in the general population benefit.”

Over the span of this activity, Igiebor said his association communicated with the general population broadly and found that a few individuals from people in general circle did not understand that NCC is an open area association – in light of its execution.

“We have the respect in the interest of the Board of TELL Awards for Excellence to pass on the choice of the designation of Professor Danbatta as the CEO of the Year 2016 on the grounds that he has increased present expectations in astounding open administration and we supplicate he supports the pattern and that his successors proceed on that way,” Igiebor proclaimed.

The Award will be formally exhibited to Professor Danbatta at an occasion in Lagos on June 10, 2017.Responding, Prof. Danbatta expressed gratitude toward the TELL group for the visit to NCC and recognized the acknowledgment for the benefit of Management and staff, portraying the respect as verifiably noteworthy in light of the fact that he had dependably considered TELL to be a profoundly regarded, significantly logical and not astounding media, including that TELL is to be sure fitting in the class of

The Economist, Newsweek and different magazines of that genre.Prof. Danbatta told his guests this is the first run through the Commission will have no wavering accepting a honor from a media association since TELL is a trustworthy medium.