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Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Omolecturer419(m): 10:44am On Oct 02, 2017
7 Things To Know About Bright Ikechukwu Echefu, The Owner Of TSTV.



1. Dr. Bright Echefu was 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 multiveventurs limited.

6. Dr. Echefu is MD/CEO of TSTV

7. He is newly married.


SOURCE
http://kanyinulia.com/2017/10/7-things-to-know-about-bright-okechukwu-echefu-the-owner-of-tstv-nigeria.html

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by TheMainMan: 10:51am On Oct 02, 2017
he has enough experience...


tstv wiil survive..

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by donjazet(m): 11:01am On Oct 02, 2017
More grease to your elbows. May God bless your efforts.

LIKE FOR THE SUCCESS OF TSTV

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Alexgeneration(m): 2:25pm On Oct 02, 2017
Igbo Boy

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by rajiraymond(m): 5:31pm On Oct 02, 2017
Can this man allow the breaking up of this nation? No, it's only those that are jobless and also senseless. Staying with your parent at the age of 50yrs, in fact is very annoyed.

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by qleap2all(m): 6:28pm On Oct 02, 2017
He is also a Jew of Biafra Origin. He is in Support of Prince Nnamdi Kanu, i presume

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by NENigeria(m): 6:30pm On Oct 02, 2017
Entrepreneur

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Wagasigiungu(m): 6:51pm On Oct 02, 2017
jnwankwo:
Another MMM Scam. Everybody beware.

These TSTV guys are actually reckless. I am really surprised that they brought the minister into this.
I believe that this is another MMM. Buyers beware. This is based on the following:
1. Bein sports acquired the EPL, Champions League and Laliga only for MENA (Middle East and North Africa). They do not have the right for Nigeria. DSTV owns the rights for Nigeria till 2019. You cannot give what you do not have. When a new service is launched, you have to wait for the next bidding round to have a shot at acquiring the rights. You cannot jump in the middle and start showing it. Things are not done that way in the PayTV world.

2.
A lot of channels listed like CNN, National Geographic, Discovery etc were acquired by DSTV on an exclusive basis for DTH in sub-saharan Africa by DSTV. Channels like Star Movies, MBC2, etc are only cleared for middle east and Asia. I really doubt that they have the rights to those channels. They may show it for one or two months before they are asked to take them off air.

3.
I check with a content aggregator on the cost per subscriber for these channels, assuming they can buy the rights, it came out the about 23 USD per month. That is excluding the sports channels. Based on today's naira exchange rate of 365 naira to a dollar, the cost is 8,395 Naira per subscriber. The content owners globally charge per month for their content. They do not charge per week or part of the month. The content owners dictate the terms. Nobody can pay 8395 Naira and charge 3000 Naira. Not possible.

4.
The cost of decoder package is as follows - decoder 25 USD, smartcard 4 USD, dish is 5 USD. Total is 34 USD (12410 naira). If we add shipping and clearing, you can get 15,000 Naira. To charge 5000 Naira for the package, you will need a lot of cheap money from bank to fund the decoder purchase. Buying 15,000 and selling 5000 sounds interesting to me.

5.
To do internet via satellite, you need VSAT equipment which is expensive compared to the dish/lnb you need to receive dstv. Minimum cost of vsat equipment should be not less than 50,000 Naira. If you use the traditional dish equipment, you can only receive. You cannot do internet with it. Unless TSTV will supply you 40,000 Naira vsat equipment for 5000 Naira.

6.
I went to lyngsat and checked the ABS 3A satellite, I did not see any information about any TSTV channels. Lyngsat is the database of all channels currently on satellite.

7.
When you launch a new DTH platform, you start with a test transmission. This allows you to work through some issues that might come up. It also gives people chance to see some of your channels to make sure they are real before committing their money. There is no test transmission from TSTV.

8. EFCC Fraud Charges
EFCC arrested this guy last year for fraud. Not credible.
http://motherhoodinstyle.net/2016/01/23/doctor-who-proposed-marriage-to-wifes-close-friend-4-months-after-her-death-dumped-after-hes-nabbed-by-efcc/


In conclusion, people should ask enough questions before investing their hard earned money. If it is too good to be true, it's probably is. Let this not be another MMM.

Gerarrahia jor. But before you leave, Kindly fill in the blank.
Silence is the best answer for a "........................................................."

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Masterclass32: 6:51pm On Oct 02, 2017
Big ups, nwanne.

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by PapaNnamdi: 7:14pm On Oct 02, 2017
jnwankwo:
Another MMM Scam. Everybody beware.

These TSTV guys are actually reckless. I am really surprised that they brought the minister into this.
I believe that this is another MMM. Buyers beware. This is based on the following:
1. Bein sports acquired the EPL, Champions League and Laliga only for MENA (Middle East and North Africa). They do not have the right for Nigeria. DSTV owns the rights for Nigeria till 2019. You cannot give what you do not have. When a new service is launched, you have to wait for the next bidding round to have a shot at acquiring the rights. You cannot jump in the middle and start showing it. Things are not done that way in the PayTV world.

2.
A lot of channels listed like CNN, National Geographic, Discovery etc were acquired by DSTV on an exclusive basis for DTH in sub-saharan Africa by DSTV. Channels like Star Movies, MBC2, etc are only cleared for middle east and Asia. I really doubt that they have the rights to those channels. They may show it for one or two months before they are asked to take them off air.

3.
I check with a content aggregator on the cost per subscriber for these channels, assuming they can buy the rights, it came out the about 23 USD per month. That is excluding the sports channels. Based on today's naira exchange rate of 365 naira to a dollar, the cost is 8,395 Naira per subscriber. The content owners globally charge per month for their content. They do not charge per week or part of the month. The content owners dictate the terms. Nobody can pay 8395 Naira and charge 3000 Naira. Not possible.

4.
The cost of decoder package is as follows - decoder 25 USD, smartcard 4 USD, dish is 5 USD. Total is 34 USD (12410 naira). If we add shipping and clearing, you can get 15,000 Naira. To charge 5000 Naira for the package, you will need a lot of cheap money from bank to fund the decoder purchase. Buying 15,000 and selling 5000 sounds interesting to me.

5.
To do internet via satellite, you need VSAT equipment which is expensive compared to the dish/lnb you need to receive dstv. Minimum cost of vsat equipment should be not less than 50,000 Naira. If you use the traditional dish equipment, you can only receive. You cannot do internet with it. Unless TSTV will supply you 40,000 Naira vsat equipment for 5000 Naira.

6.
I went to lyngsat and checked the ABS 3A satellite, I did not see any information about any TSTV channels. Lyngsat is the database of all channels currently on satellite.

7.
When you launch a new DTH platform, you start with a test transmission. This allows you to work through some issues that might come up. It also gives people chance to see some of your channels to make sure they are real before committing their money. There is no test transmission from TSTV.

8. EFCC Fraud Charges
EFCC arrested this guy last year for fraud. Not credible.
http://motherhoodinstyle.net/2016/01/23/doctor-who-proposed-marriage-to-wifes-close-friend-4-months-after-her-death-dumped-after-hes-nabbed-by-efcc/


In conclusion, people should ask enough questions before investing their hard earned money. If it is too good to be true, it's probably is. Let this not be another MMM.


Shove this rubbish up ur anus,
Dstv staff,

5000 naira is not enough to cause a heart attack,
Even if it is only Nta showing, we will buy it and use it like that till they grow,
Considering wat glo did to mtn,
Tstv must stay

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Chartey(m): 7:48pm On Oct 02, 2017
jnwankwo:
Another MMM Scam. Everybody beware.

These TSTV guys are actually reckless. I am really surprised that they brought the minister into this.
I believe that this is another MMM. Buyers beware. This is based on the following:
1. Bein sports acquired the EPL, Champions League and Laliga only for MENA (Middle East and North Africa). They do not have the right for Nigeria. DSTV owns the rights for Nigeria till 2019. You cannot give what you do not have. When a new service is launched, you have to wait for the next bidding round to have a shot at acquiring the rights. You cannot jump in the middle and start showing it. Things are not done that way in the PayTV world.

2.
A lot of channels listed like CNN, National Geographic, Discovery etc were acquired by DSTV on an exclusive basis for DTH in sub-saharan Africa by DSTV. Channels like Star Movies, MBC2, etc are only cleared for middle east and Asia. I really doubt that they have the rights to those channels. They may show it for one or two months before they are asked to take them off air.

3.
I check with a content aggregator on the cost per subscriber for these channels, assuming they can buy the rights, it came out the about 23 USD per month. That is excluding the sports channels. Based on today's naira exchange rate of 365 naira to a dollar, the cost is 8,395 Naira per subscriber. The content owners globally charge per month for their content. They do not charge per week or part of the month. The content owners dictate the terms. Nobody can pay 8395 Naira and charge 3000 Naira. Not possible.

4.
The cost of decoder package is as follows - decoder 25 USD, smartcard 4 USD, dish is 5 USD. Total is 34 USD (12410 naira). If we add shipping and clearing, you can get 15,000 Naira. To charge 5000 Naira for the package, you will need a lot of cheap money from bank to fund the decoder purchase. Buying 15,000 and selling 5000 sounds interesting to me.

5.
To do internet via satellite, you need VSAT equipment which is expensive compared to the dish/lnb you need to receive dstv. Minimum cost of vsat equipment should be not less than 50,000 Naira. If you use the traditional dish equipment, you can only receive. You cannot do internet with it. Unless TSTV will supply you 40,000 Naira vsat equipment for 5000 Naira.

6.
I went to lyngsat and checked the ABS 3A satellite, I did not see any information about any TSTV channels. Lyngsat is the database of all channels currently on satellite.

7.
When you launch a new DTH platform, you start with a test transmission. This allows you to work through some issues that might come up. It also gives people chance to see some of your channels to make sure they are real before committing their money. There is no test transmission from TSTV.

8. EFCC Fraud Charges
EFCC arrested this guy last year for fraud. Not credible.
http://motherhoodinstyle.net/2016/01/23/doctor-who-proposed-marriage-to-wifes-close-friend-4-months-after-her-death-dumped-after-hes-nabbed-by-efcc/


In conclusion, people should ask enough questions before investing their hard earned money. If it is too good to be true, it's probably is. Let this not be another MMM.

Nigerians will never listen. Very gullible. I remember when MMM people would insult one for pointing out the fraudulent nature of the scheme. Let's wait and see.
This man also owns Africa Health TV. Anybody that knows that channel knows its one of the worst TV stations in Nigeria. How can someone like that offer all these things they've promised?

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Opoki(m): 7:54pm On Oct 02, 2017
This guy share his emotional encounter with dstv in 2010, maybe we could have had this device earlier.



https://www.nairaland.com/4085511/man-share-emotional-story-encounter

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Phonefanatic: 7:57pm On Oct 02, 2017
jnwankwo:
Another MMM Scam. Everybody beware.

These TSTV guys are actually reckless. I am really surprised that they brought the minister into this.
I believe that this is another MMM. Buyers beware. This is based on the following:
1. Bein sports acquired the EPL, Champions League and Laliga only for MENA (Middle East and North Africa). They do not have the right for Nigeria. DSTV owns the rights for Nigeria till 2019. You cannot give what you do not have. When a new service is launched, you have to wait for the next bidding round to have a shot at acquiring the rights. You cannot jump in the middle and start showing it. Things are not done that way in the PayTV world.

2.
A lot of channels listed like CNN, National Geographic, Discovery etc were acquired by DSTV on an exclusive basis for DTH in sub-saharan Africa by DSTV. Channels like Star Movies, MBC2, etc are only cleared for middle east and Asia. I really doubt that they have the rights to those channels. They may show it for one or two months before they are asked to take them off air.

3.
I check with a content aggregator on the cost per subscriber for these channels, assuming they can buy the rights, it came out the about 23 USD per month. That is excluding the sports channels. Based on today's naira exchange rate of 365 naira to a dollar, the cost is 8,395 Naira per subscriber. The content owners globally charge per month for their content. They do not charge per week or part of the month. The content owners dictate the terms. Nobody can pay 8395 Naira and charge 3000 Naira. Not possible.

4.
The cost of decoder package is as follows - decoder 25 USD, smartcard 4 USD, dish is 5 USD. Total is 34 USD (12410 naira). If we add shipping and clearing, you can get 15,000 Naira. To charge 5000 Naira for the package, you will need a lot of cheap money from bank to fund the decoder purchase. Buying 15,000 and selling 5000 sounds interesting to me.

5.
To do internet via satellite, you need VSAT equipment which is expensive compared to the dish/lnb you need to receive dstv. Minimum cost of vsat equipment should be not less than 50,000 Naira. If you use the traditional dish equipment, you can only receive. You cannot do internet with it. Unless TSTV will supply you 40,000 Naira vsat equipment for 5000 Naira.

6.
I went to lyngsat and checked the ABS 3A satellite, I did not see any information about any TSTV channels. Lyngsat is the database of all channels currently on satellite.

7.
When you launch a new DTH platform, you start with a test transmission. This allows you to work through some issues that might come up. It also gives people chance to see some of your channels to make sure they are real before committing their money. There is no test transmission from TSTV.

8. EFCC Fraud Charges
EFCC arrested this guy last year for fraud. Not credible.
http://motherhoodinstyle.net/2016/01/23/doctor-who-proposed-marriage-to-wifes-close-friend-4-months-after-her-death-dumped-after-hes-nabbed-by-efcc/


In conclusion, people should ask enough questions before investing their hard earned money. If it is too good to be true, it's probably is. Let this not be another MMM.

You are still a learner I bet you don't know about metro digital that shows all bein sports channels and other channels you listed in Nigeria. Their sub is 3k per month and it has been working for years

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Derekethan1: 11:45pm On Oct 02, 2017
Fake news

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by BornnAgainChild(f): 11:55pm On Oct 02, 2017
Chartey:


Nigerians will never listen. Very gullible. I remember when MMM people would insult one for pointing out the fraudulent nature of the scheme. Let's wait and see.
This man also owns Africa Health TV. Anybody that knows that channel knows its one of the worst TV stations in Nigeria. How can someone like that offer all these things they've promised?


Wait and see...stop hurrying

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Oksman(m): 12:12am On Oct 03, 2017
Wagasigiungu:


Gerarrahia jor. But before you leave, Kindly fill in the blank.
Silence is the best answer for a "........................................................."
grin grin grin

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by generationz(f): 2:40am On Oct 03, 2017
Wasn't this the same bright echefu who was arrested by efcc last year for fraudulent practices

The same one who proposed to his alleged runs girl girlfriend just 5months after his wife's death.

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by jumper524(m): 3:43am On Oct 03, 2017
jacyhelen:
No wonder they wont let Igbos Go?!
that's why some pipu are burning dangote truck out of jealousy..

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by sunsewa16: 6:31am On Oct 03, 2017
jnwankwo:
Another MMM Scam. Everybody beware.

These TSTV guys are actually reckless. I am really surprised that they brought the minister into this.
I believe that this is another MMM. Buyers beware. This is based on the following:
1. Bein sports acquired the EPL, Champions League and Laliga only for MENA (Middle East and North Africa). They do not have the right for Nigeria. DSTV owns the rights for Nigeria till 2019. You cannot give what you do not have. When a new service is launched, you have to wait for the next bidding round to have a shot at acquiring the rights. You cannot jump in the middle and start showing it. Things are not done that way in the PayTV world.

2.
A lot of channels listed like CNN, National Geographic, Discovery etc were acquired by DSTV on an exclusive basis for DTH in sub-saharan Africa by DSTV. Channels like Star Movies, MBC2, etc are only cleared for middle east and Asia. I really doubt that they have the rights to those channels. They may show it for one or two months before they are asked to take them off air.

3.
I check with a content aggregator on the cost per subscriber for these channels, assuming they can buy the rights, it came out the about 23 USD per month. That is excluding the sports channels. Based on today's naira exchange rate of 365 naira to a dollar, the cost is 8,395 Naira per subscriber. The content owners globally charge per month for their content. They do not charge per week or part of the month. The content owners dictate the terms. Nobody can pay 8395 Naira and charge 3000 Naira. Not possible.

4.
The cost of decoder package is as follows - decoder 25 USD, smartcard 4 USD, dish is 5 USD. Total is 34 USD (12410 naira). If we add shipping and clearing, you can get 15,000 Naira. To charge 5000 Naira for the package, you will need a lot of cheap money from bank to fund the decoder purchase. Buying 15,000 and selling 5000 sounds interesting to me.

5.
To do internet via satellite, you need VSAT equipment which is expensive compared to the dish/lnb you need to receive dstv. Minimum cost of vsat equipment should be not less than 50,000 Naira. If you use the traditional dish equipment, you can only receive. You cannot do internet with it. Unless TSTV will supply you 40,000 Naira vsat equipment for 5000 Naira.

6.
I went to lyngsat and checked the ABS 3A satellite, I did not see any information about any TSTV channels. Lyngsat is the database of all channels currently on satellite.

7.
When you launch a new DTH platform, you start with a test transmission. This allows you to work through some issues that might come up. It also gives people chance to see some of your channels to make sure they are real before committing their money. There is no test transmission from TSTV.

8. EFCC Fraud Charges
EFCC arrested this guy last year for fraud. Not credible.
http://motherhoodinstyle.net/2016/01/23/doctor-who-proposed-marriage-to-wifes-close-friend-4-months-after-her-death-dumped-after-hes-nabbed-by-efcc/


In conclusion, people should ask enough questions before investing their hard earned money. If it is too good to be true, it's probably is. Let this not be another MMM.

look at this one talking trash,so the bein sports I used to watch in portharcourt is different Abu?

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by ruggedtimi(m): 7:46am On Oct 03, 2017
But why mike adenuga and co no fit setup something better compared to dstv.

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by osaigbovo16(m): 9:17am On Oct 03, 2017
PapaNnamdi:



Shove this rubbish up ur anus,
Dstv staff,

5000 naira is not enough to cause a heart attack,
Even if it is only Nta showing, we will buy it and use it like that till they grow,
Considering wat glo did to mtn,
Tstv must stay
lmao.. Nta, very usless station

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Bantino: 9:17am On Oct 03, 2017
Noted
Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by WowSweetGuy(m): 9:18am On Oct 03, 2017
We need igbo president in this country...lets try them

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Kog45(m): 9:18am On Oct 03, 2017
jacyhelen:
No wonder they wont let Igbos Go?!
Echefu don't reason like u.

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Ugoeze2016: 9:18am On Oct 03, 2017
Impressive, good luck to him

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by mployer(m): 9:18am On Oct 03, 2017
He will need a miracle to pull this through.


There isn't much on his profile.

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by okonja(m): 9:19am On Oct 03, 2017
Hmmmm cool
Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by AjalaJ(m): 9:19am On Oct 03, 2017
The hype is even more than the realities.



Perfect Money/Payeer/Epay/Neteller: .com.ng

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Re: Bright Echefu Ikechukwu, The Owner Of TSTV (Profile, Photos) by Pidginwhisper: 9:19am On Oct 03, 2017
grin

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