NTT Group, WBG host Iftar dinner for Poland, Zambia envoys
RIYADH — Nawaz Zinda Total Technologies (NTT Group) and WBG hosted Iftar dinner party at Red Chilly Restaurant recently. The company’s Group Director Engr. Mohammad Shakil along with the Middle East Chairman of WBG Dr. Said Al Rabiah received the chief guests — Ambassadors of Poland and Zambia.
Apart from the members of NTT Group, prominent community members attended. The event witnessed a select gathering for the Iftar dinner.
Chief Guests Jan Stanislaw Bury, Ambassador of Poland, and Ibrahim Mumba, Ambassador of Zambia, greeted all the guests on the advent of holy Ramadan.
Shakil welcomeds the gathering and said the NTT group started in India 27 years ago and expanded in 22 countries with direct or indirect partners in the fields of various services and industries and extended with diversification of business vertex.
Nawazinda Total Technologies (formerly known as Electronics Enterprises) and now is a group of companies under the aegis of Dr. Nawaz Zinda Mohammad Ali Fangari, chairman and managing director. The company is known as NTT groups and NZ group.
RGTT (Radiant Global Total Technologies) and WBG (World Business Groups and CITY (Could Information Technology Yard) and NC (Nawazinda consortia) is a strong group under NG.WBG, which is consultancy and services company register in Poland.
Shakil said NG has plans to expand business location in 10 countries within 2 years including African continent as well as in Poland, Now the groups turnover worth approximately $200 millions including consortium.
On this occasion Shakil presented memorial plaques to the Ambassadors and Chief Guests Jan Stanislaw Bury and Ibrahim Mumba. They also felicitated Vishnu K Joshi, regional director at TCIL.
WBG Vice President Marketing Dr. Mohammed Ashraf Ali conducted the proceedings.
Nasim Akther, Dr. Shiroz Khan, Shihab Kottukal, Ubaid Edavanna and TCIL members attended. Shakil proposed vote of thanks. — SG