Nnamani hails Rainbownet for job creation
April 6, 2006
Governor Chimaroke Nnamani has described Rainbownet Limited as a fast growing communication outfit that has helped in providing employment to the teeming population of the South East and Nigeria in general.

The governor made this observation during the official unveiling of the company’s new brand icons and services.

Governor Nnamani, who spoke through his Deputy, Chief Okechukwu Itanyi, noted that Rainbownet limited was the pioneer information and communication technology (ICT) provider in the South East region, adding that Enugu State was happy to have its headquarters located in the state capital.

The State Chief Executive enjoined Rainbownet Limited to strive harder to improve their services, provide more employment opportunities, and congratulated the management for their sense of choice and aesthetics in choosing their new colours and icons, reminding them that they were in a competitive market.

Unveiling the new Rainbownet brand icon, the Minister of Communications, Chief Cornelius Adebayo, who performed the task through his Director of Finance and Supply, Dr. A. G. Salami, expressed surprise at the low tariff of the network, saying that this singular consideration needed to be applauded.

Chief Adebayo pledged that the ministry would continue to give the company all the needed support to deliver quality services to the people.

He then called on the captains of industry, the organized private sector and good spirited individuals to emulate Rainbownet in terms of quality service and especially in the area of cost effectiveness.

Earlier in his speech, the Chairman, Board of Directors of Rainbownet Limited, Barrister J.S.P.C. Nwokolo described Rainbownet Limited as a trailblazer, recalling that the communication outfit started business as an Internet Service Provider (ISP) with a national license in 2001.

Barrister Nwokolo stated that the business was conceived out of several demands and ugly experiences by the people of the South East concerning lack of efficient telephone network they could rely on, pointing out that the people of the zone are itinerants who often rely on communication to reach their loved ones and conduct their businesses.

The Board Chairman pointed out that deploying telephone services using the 3.5GHz frequency is never an easy task, adding that epileptic supply of electricity makes matters even worse.

He said that with the improvement of the company’s frequency from 3.5GHz to 800MHz, Rainbownet was poised to guarantee better services to its ever increasing subscribers.

Barrister Nwokolo thanked the federal government and the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) for their understanding and cooperation towards improving their services to the public.

Also in his address, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Rainbownet Limited, Mr. Kallol Ghosh, said that the company’s vision is “to be the foremost information and communication technology services provider in Nigeria”, while their their mission is “to provide world class communication’s solutions and services by well trained, highly motivated people backed by the state of the art facilities”.

Mr. Ghosh said that Rainbownet Limited had gone through several adventures to get to their present status but expressed the hope that the communication company would in time made its mark in the industry.

He announced that with their full coverage of the South East geo-political zone, they had completed plans to extend their services to cover the eleven states in both the South East and South South zones of the country before the end of 2006.

The Governor of Imo State, Chief Achike Udenwa, was represented by the State Commissioner for Public Utilities, Chief Noel Chukwukadibe, while Engr. Ernest Ndukwe, the Executive Vice Chairman of the NCC was represented by Captian Bricks, the South East zonal head of the NCC.

 


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