Edo to lay fibre optic cables across 18 LGAs

Date:

The Edo State government has said that it will extend fibre optic cables to the 18 local government of the State as party of effort to expand the state’s digital space.

Addressing journalists in Benin City, Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, said Chris Nehikhare, said this would be achieved in collaboration with telecom companies.

“We are not building our own fibre optic cables, what we are doing is that some of the telecom companies have come to Edo State and they want to do this fibre optic cables but they are only stopping in Benin City,” he said.

According to him, government is insisting that every local government headquarters across Edo is connected, adding that the state is not paying its own contractors but would link the telecom services fibre optic cable with their own.

“We are not leaving any part of Edo State out, we want Edo State to be one and everyone will be connected in the state.”

Speaking on the invasion of the state’s secretariat by some group of persons from Irhirhi community where the state government demolished some houses, he said land grabbers were fighting back.

“Government only retrieved its own properties and want to create a new town from that area. Government is resolute, we know the land grabbers are fighting back”

He said Government directives must be obeyed and the government is going to carry on as long as it is beneficial to the people.

Nigerians can now earn dollars LEGITIMATELY by participating in the premium domain business; our clients acquired a premium domain for $700 and profited $13,000 within 3 weeks. Click here see how you too can do it.

Read the full article here

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:

Subscribe

spot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

2 dead, 11 injured in Bauchi multiple car crash

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Bauchi State...

German Businesses Are Struggling to Fill IT Vacancies, As IT Security Incidents Rose by 15% in 2021

77 per cent of businesses searching for IT experts...

$10M settlement announced in death of Georgia basketball player who collapsed during practice

ATLANTA — The parents of a Georgia high school...