The advent of SLTV, an indigenous Nigerian satellite pay television, has garnered praise from Abdullahi Ganduje, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Ganduje recognizes the crucial role of SLTV in information dissemination for the socio-economic development of Nigeria.

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During a courtesy visit by officials of Camroll Quest Ltd, the mega distributor of SLTV in Abuja, led by Princess Nikky Onyeri, the Chief Operating Officer, Ganduje expressed gratitude for the innovative technology that facilitates easier communication.

He emphasized the power of information and communication in driving the country’s socio-economic development, as well as its impact on security and other sectors.

Ganduje believes that such innovations are essential for national progress and expressed his optimism about the benefits that SLTV can bring to the party and the government.

Princess Nikky Onyeri, in her remarks, highlighted that the visit aimed to engage stakeholders and garner support for the indigenous brand, aligning with the advocacy and patronage of made-in-Nigeria products.

She presented decoders and dishes to the chairman, explaining the operations and innovation behind SLTV, which offers a superior alternative for Nigerian subscribers in the pay television market.

Onyeri expressed gratitude for the enabling environment provided by the Federal Government, particularly under the leadership of President Bola Tinubu, which facilitated the successful launch of SLTV.

She emphasized that SLTV is truly indigenous and owned by Nigeria, with Metro Digital Limited as the parent company. The brand has already gained significant acceptance among Nigerians, with over 58 channels available and more to come.

She further elaborated that SLTV decoders are compatible with any dish, making it accessible to all Nigerians. The monthly subscription cost is affordable, starting at 5,000 Naira for the Prime package, which includes live football channels, and a cheaper option at 2,500 Naira.

The launch of SLTV in March this year marked the Federal Government’s commitment to providing Nigerians with alternatives and fostering competition in the sector.

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, George Akume, commended Metrodigital Limited for their patriotic initiative and assured full government support for the venture, recognizing that SLTV offers real value for money.

This revolutionary Nigerian television network is set to transform the entertainment landscape, empower information dissemination, and contribute to the overall development of the nation.