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The management of Nigerian pay-TV operator, TSTV led by its Managing Director, Dr. Bright Echefu met with the governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha a few days ago in Owerri. The company’s statement on the visit reads:
A courtesy visit by the management of TStv Africa to the Executive Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha. To familiarize and intimate the state Government with the activities and operations of TStv Africa. Also used the opportunity to inform the Governor of the ongoing test transmission exercise of TStv Africa. The MD expressed the willingness of TStv Africa to partner with the state Government to promote the local content drive of the Government. The Executive Governor eulogized the ingenuity of the MD/CEO and the enormous potentials of the new Pay TV, further expressed his joy with the newly and wholly owned Nigerian Pay TV and also pledged total support of IMO state Government for TStv Africa Pay TV Brand. the visit of TStv Africa elicited jubilation across the state. It was indeed a very warm reception by the state Government.
The company has come under severe criticism for dashing the high expectations of Nigerians after it launched with much fanfare on October 1 but is still yet to commence commercial operations, missing a self-imposed November 1 target for selling its decoders.