We will deepen broadbands penetration in underserved areas… NIGCOMSAT CEO

Mrs. Egerton-Idehen

We will deepen broadbands penetration in underserved areas…

In a bid to boost the operations of Satellites in the country, the Nigerian Communications Satellite, NIGCOMSAT Ltd, has been assigned a critical role in accelerating collective prosperity through technical efficiency particularly infrastructure.

This was made known by the New Chief Executive Officer NIGCOMSAT, Mrs. Jane Egerton-Idehen, while briefing newsmen at the inspection of facilities and interaction with stakeholders at the Lagos Regional Office.

Mrs. Egerton-Idehen who said the company is aware of market landscape that is changing due to new technologies noted that it is committed to raising its competitive with emerging technologies by meeting the five critical pillars set by the government to build a strong digital economy.

” As challenging as the responsibility may seem, it is not unachievable, as NIGCOMSAT a critical infrastructure of the Federal Government, is positioned to achieve the five pillars of the ministry’s blueprint, which is knowledge, policy, infrastructure, trade, innovation, entrepreneurship and capital, thus, showcasing the government commitment to building a strong digital economy “.

Mrs. Egerton-Idehen who explained that having peruse the strategic blueprints of the Federal Ministry of Communications, Innovation and Digital Economy, it will thrive to deliver the mandate of creating a roadmap that is relevant to the market, that the Minister Dr. Bosun Tijani has set to achieve.

She said media professionals have always been the key of creating visibility across different industry, appealed for their support in achieving it’s goals.

” We are aware of the ever-changing market landscape due to new technologies and market entrance and we are determined to increase our relevance. it is important that we strick that balance to innovate and remain innovated”

The event has in attendance top officials of the company and other stakeholders.