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Folayan says Galaxy Backbone is Best Domain Name Registrar for 2016

The President, Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), Rev. Sunday Folayan has described Galaxy Backbone Ltd as the Best .ng country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) Registrar in the country at the 2016 .ng Web Awards organized by NIRA, the managers of the country’s domain name, reports ITRealms.

According to  a press statement from Galaxy, Rev. Folayan said that the NiRA Presidential award is given to organizations and individuals for their commitment to the development of the ICT industry in Nigeria.

Galaxy Backbone Ltd, he said was special recognized at the award for her contributions to the growth of the .ng domain name ecosystem.

“The strategic position taken by Galaxy Backbone Limited to register and use the .ng domain name, demonstrates the organization’s commitment to relate with the .ng online identity of Nigerians, Nigerian businesses, local content and culture. This key to doing business within and outside Nigeria and this qualifies Galaxy Backbone Ltd as an invaluable asset in this our historic celebration of the .ng online identity, excellence and creativity” he was quoted as saying.

ITRealms recalls that Galaxy Backbone Ltd has among its mandates the handling of the registration of .ng top domain name in the Nigerian public sector.

A public institution, Galaxy Backbone Ltd, is charged with building and operating shared ICT Infrastructure and services for all Federal Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies.


The establishment of Galaxy Backbone by the Federal Government was driven by the need for Government to pursue a cohesive and harmonized approach to information and communications technology acquisition, deployment and utilization in the public sector.

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