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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

7 Things You Don't Know About Bright Echefu, the MD/CEO of TStv Africa

Do you know that the CEO of TStv is a Nigerian? Do you know he hails from Imo State? Do you know he is a very young man? 
CEO of TStv Africa
Echefu Bright Ikechukwu

Here is the full biography and profile of Bright Echefu, the MD/CEO of TStv .
  1. Dr. Bright Echefu studied at the Medical college of university of Nigeria Nsukka from where he left to pursue further studies abroad.
  2. He hails from Obowo in IMO state
  3. He is the MD/CEO of Bricke and Athens limited owners of AHTV-Heath Television.
  4. He is the chairman of Bright FM.
  5. He is also on the board of Bright Joy Multiventures Limited.
  6. Dr. Echefu is MD/CEO of TSTV
  7. He is newly married.
Profile of Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, the Owner of TSTV Africa. See Full Bio below.

CEO of TStv Africa
Echefu Bright Ikechukwu
Who is Bright Echefu Ikechukwu?
Echefu Bright Ikechukwu is the MD/CEO of TSTV, Bricke and Athens Limited owners of AHTV- Health Television. Bright is also the Chairman of Briechberg Investment Limited, also owns Bright FM. Bright Echefu also seat in the board of Bright Joy Multiventures Limited.

He is the MD & CEO: AHTV-Health Television, from November 2014 – Present.

Early Life / Childhood
Bright Echefu Ikechukwu is a Native of Obowo town in Imo state, South Eastern Nigeria.

Education
Bright Echefu studied Medicine at the Medical college of University of Nigeria Nsukka from where he left to pursue further studies abroad. He is a medical doctor by profession and a Biomedical Engineer by practice.

Career
Echefu Bright Ikechukwu was the Executive Director, New World Foundation and the Program Coordinator, New World Summit on Infectious Diseases (NWSID 2009).

CEO of TStv Africa
Echefu Bright Ikechukwu with foreign counterparts

Awards / Achievements
Echefu Bright is a recipient of many awards including the 3rd African Young Scientist Award in South Africa, Youngest Physician Award of Excellence, World Who is Who Endorsement and twenty two others.


He belongs to many professional organizations including, the Nigerian Biotechnology Society, Nigerian Society of Genetic Engineers, Global Youth Coalition on AIDS, UN Volunteers, Unicef Voices of the Youths, Thw World Parliament Experiment, the Nigeria Medical Association and so on. 
Source: mynaijainfo.

As you can see, he is a very young Nigerian entrepreneur. Let's support him in all capacity and believe he lives up to the expectations of Nigerians. Let's patronize made in Nigeria products at least starting with TStv.


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5 comments:

  1. The Federal Government has granted TStv a three years tax relief

    This is really a great news to TStv Africa and to all investors in the company. As the federal government as granted three years tax free
    The Federal Government has granted TStv a three years tax relief
    The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, announced this on Sunday night in FCT Abuja at a dinner to mark the official unveiling of the new company.
    The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that TStv Africa is a wholly owned Nigerian Pay TV operator with refined offerings of novel Unclassified Pay Per View subscription and complimentary internet services.
    Mohammed, who performed the official unveiling of the new company and its products, said the tax reliefs were in line with the Pioneer Status recently granted to the Creative Industry by the federal government.
    The minister congratulated the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Dr Bright Echefu, and his team for liberalising and breaking the monopoly of Pay TV in the country.
    “The important thing about what Echefu has done is that he has redefined the pay per view television industry and from today that industry will never remain the same again.
    “What he has done is to democratise the media and entertainment industry and make it possible for even a lower standard people to have access to the best entertainment and news in the world.
    The minister said “It is a great opportunity for him to be the one to unveil TStv because just like a Nigerian made history by crashing the cost of telephony in Nigeria, I am glad that another Nigerian is now coming forward to crash the cost of Pay TV,”

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  2. Him also officially courage the investor for coming from the Diaspora to invest in his country and for believing in the government’s seriousness about diversifying the economy.
    He said that the company had also demonstrated that government alone could not do all things but needed the participation and synergy of the private sector.
    The minister also said that “Him assure that this administration will continue to assist you and other investors in creating the enabling environment for businesses to grow,”
    The minister said that the government was aware of the huge contributions of the creative industry to the nation’s economy and would continue to support the sector.
    However, he identified contents and the lack of objective audience measurement as major challenges that had retarded the growth of TV and advertising industries in the country.
    “With the liberalisation of the industry, content has become important key because content determines which channels are being watched and which are not.
    “Another major challenge is how to get an accurate measurement of which channel is being watched and which is not.
    “Kenya and South Africa are about one third of our population but they do much better in TV and radio advertisement than us because of their robust audience measurement,” he said.
    The minister announced that the National Broadcasting Commission and his ministry would organise a workshop on Nov. 28 to address the challenge of audience measurement.
    Earlier, Echefu said that TStv Africa, which had gone through a lot of challenges, was birth to liberalise PayTV in the country, make it affordable to every Nigerian with added values.

    He said for the first time, Nigerians could now enjoy Pay Per View because with TStv, “subscription runs as you watch and it has the facility to pause your subscription when you travel”.
    Echefu said that TStv for a start has 70 premium channels model with the cheapest pay-TV in Africa with maximum subscription fee of N3,000 only.
    He said as a fully Nigerian brand with consideration for the masses, TStv is not classified and it has a model that accommodate subscription as low as N200 as N500 for a period of time.
    The CEO said TStv came with PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Decoder which allowed viewers greater control over their viewing experience with functions like pause, rewind, forward, save and record of programmes of interest.
    Echefu said that once you subscribe to TStv, you will also get complimentary internet service, enabled Wi-Fi, as well as video calls and video conferencing services.
    “It has an array of amazing TV channels with premium entertainment, educative programmes that cut across all genres.
    “The genres included news, music, general entertainment, documentary, movies, religious, sports, health, kids, fashion and lifestyle that better define the uniqueness of Nigeria’s diverse culture and traditional values,” he said.
    The CEO said TStv which was modelled for Nigerians had come to stay, assuring that it would not fail and they would deliver on their promises.

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  3. NAN reports that the guests at the ceremony were entertained with live performances by musicians and comedians.
    Among the dignitaries at the event were Gov. Akinwumi Ambode of Lagos represented by the Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Ministry of Information and Strategy, Mr Fola Adeyemi, and the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, MS Grace Gekpe.

    Others were the Director-General of National Orientation Agency, Dr Garba Abari; former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode; Nollywood actors including Emeka Ike. Adigwe Okafor, Zack Amata, Dr Opa Williams and Afeez Oyetoro aka Saka.

    Wow congratulations to TStv Africa this is a great achievement.

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  4. this man is definitely going to make it because people will want to taste it and see the quality in it.

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  5. Thanks for your informative article.i find this article very interesting

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