Cameroun Seeks To Model Nigeria’s E-Government Policy Implementation
Cameroon is attempting to model and study the implementation of Nigeria’s e-government policy.
A delegation from Cameroon’s Ministry of Public Service and Administration Reforms recently visited Nigeria to inspect the depth of the E-government plan’s implementation and tour the level of infrastructure invested in helping Nigeria reach its current heights.
The Korean International Cooperation Agency, KOICA, assisted in the development and implementation of the plan.
The focal agency for implementing Nigeria’s e-Government Masterplan has been Galaxy Backbone, a provider of digital infrastructure and shared services that is part of the Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy.
In light of this, they paid a visit to the organization to inspect the infrastructure and gain a better understanding of the Nigerian E-government implementation level.
At the Galaxy Backbone Corporate Headquarters, Professor Mohammad Abubakar, the Managing Director of GBB, welcomed the delegates led by Ms. Tabod Jacqueline Mejand, the Country’s Inspector General for the Cameroonian Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reforms.
He expressed his delight at the progress made by KOICA in Nigeria, and he looks forward to the work they will be doing to help the Cameroonian nation improve its level of e-Government.