Telecommunication and Technology Sustainability Working Group (TTSWG), a Nigerian pro-technology and non-governmental organisation that advocates for sustainability through best practises in the Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector, has announced the appointment of its inaugural board members.
The board consists of eminent personalities with a proven track record within the telecommunication and technology industries.
They are the chairperson, Engr. Abdu-Waya Mohammed, Head Strategy at FCT Internal Revenue Service; the vice-chairperson, Dr (Mrs) Wunmi Hassan, President/CEO, High-Tech Centre for Nigerian Women and Youth; Iklimatu Abubakar Ramallan, Founder/CEO of IQRAM & IRA Technologies; Dr Chris Uwaje (FNCS, FSP), Chair, Mobile Software Solutions Ltd; and Professor Francis Idachaba, professor of Communication Engineering, Covenant University.
According to Engr. Abdu-Waya, “Nigerian businesses are fast redefining their operations around sustainable business models that create enduring value for all stakeholders and the planet. It is against this backdrop that TTSWG is positioned to propel more action in sustainability across industries by creating a strong network for collaboration.”
Abdu-Waya, while speaking about the announcement of the board members, also said, “It is an honour to serve these highly experienced and inspiring leaders. The sooner we expedite the education of every stakeholder in the sector about sustainability, from product providers to customers, the sooner we begin to protect more of our social and physical environment, health, and wealth for the future.”
The board members are passionate about sustainability practices in ICT and are in alignment with the organisation’s mission and vision