Pinnacle Communications Limited has cautioned the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) against denting its image, stressing that it has no business with the N2.5bn DSO fund allegedly mismanaged by NBC.
The firm, in a statement signed by its Chief Operating Officer (COO) Mr Dipo Oifade argued that neither the DSO nor Pinnacle Communications Limited has anything to do with migration of telephone lines from analogue to digital platforms as alleged by the ICPC through its spokesperson.
The firm, the only private licensed signal distributor for the federal government approved implementation of the Transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting in Nigeria, explained that it was never fraudulently recommended, insisting that its licensing predicated the appointment of the. Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC).
While harping that DSO is all about transition from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT), they stated that Broadcast Engineering is a field in which Pinnacle Communications Limited has earned recognition and patronage for more than two decades of expertise and dependability of world class service and installations across Nigeria.
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