Prof. Ibrahim A. Adeyanju, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Galaxy Backbone, extends warm greetings and heartfelt wishes to the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria and across the globe on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr. This joyous celebration marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, a time of spiritual reflection, self-discipline, and devotion.

Eid-el-Ftir, also known as the Festival of Breaking the Fast, is a time of unity, compassion, and gratitude. Prof. Adeyanju urges all Muslims to embrace the lessons learned during Ramadan and carry them forward into their daily lives. According to him, ‘The virtues of tolerance, love, and understanding should guide our actions as we interact with people of different backgrounds and beliefs’.

In addition, Prof. Adeyanju calls upon the Muslim community to pray for peace and development in Nigeria and specifically emphasizes the need for prayers to support President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s renewed hope administration. Recognizing the pivotal role of leadership in advancing the nation, he encourages Muslims to offer supplications for wisdom, guidance, and success in President Tinubu’s efforts to promote progress, unity, and prosperity.

Under his leadership, Galaxy Backbone remains committed to providing cutting-edge ICT infrastructure and services to empower government institutions, businesses, and individuals across Nigeria. As we celebrate this auspicious occasion, Galaxy Backbone renews its dedication to supporting the digital transformation of the nation, enabling connectivity, innovation, and socio-economic growth.

Galaxy Backbone is the Digital Infrastructure and Services organization committed to providing Cloud, Colocation, Cybersecurity and Connectivity services and solutions that transform organisations within the public and private sectors.


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