Nigeria: Galaxy Backbone delivers 110 VSAT to Anambra State
Galaxy Backbone (GB) Plc has delivered 110 VSAT terminals to the Anambra State government, just as it has commenced deployment of access to some selected schools in the State.This came as the agreement was recently signed with the State governor, Peter Obi.
Sources close to the Abuja-based Galaxy Backbone, informed Champion Infotel that the leading public sector Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure, has within five working days after the deal was signed mobilized all the equipment and requisite manpower to Awka, the state capital. Champion Infotel recalled that the deal was to deploy Internet connectivity and access to 110 secondary schools in the State.
Confirming this, the Corporate Executive, States, Education & Developmental Services, at Galaxy Backbone, Yusuf Kazaure, said during the official handover and public presentation of Anambra State School Connectivity Programme to the people of the state by Gov. Obi, said the company was proud to be associated with Anambra State Government under Peter Obi in its desire and passion to empower future generations of Anambrarians.
"For the avoidance of doubt, the contract was signed a fortnight ago and equipment for the 110 secondary schools arrived on last Saturday," he said, stressing that these equipment have been handed over to the State Commissioner of Education, Dr. Mrs. Kay Onyechi. "... Our technical team is on standby to connect the first ten priority sites with five working days as soon as our site readiness criteria are met," he assured.