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Friday, 6 October 2017

See What Just Happened To: Nigeria's biggest electronic manufacturing plant Launched



Calabar – The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed said on Thursday in Calabar that Nigeria was steadily advancing toward innovative autonomy . From left – Cross River State Governor, Senator Ben Ayade (left); Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed (center) and the Group Managing Director of Gospell Digital Technology Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly Company, Sir Godfrey Ohuabunwa, at the charging of the creation plant of the organization in Calabar on Thursday. The priest expressed this when he initiated the ultra-present day Digital Set Top Box fabricating plant, claimed by the Gospell Digital Technology and situated at Calabar Export Free Zone. The plant, viewed as one of the nation's biggest electronic assembling and get together, is fit for assembling TV decoders, prepaid power meter, advanced mobile phones. It is likewise fit for assembling TV fundamental sheets, tablets PCs and a wide range of electronic gadgets. The pastor recognized the speculators and the administrators of the plant for displaying supreme trust later on and economy success of the nation and in the Digital Switch Over (DSO) program. He tested Gospell Digital Technology and different makers of Set Top Boxes/Decoders to create a multi-reason TV that would help in changing the TV experience of Nigerians. "The normal home today, so as to approach the different sorts of diversion, will require a TV, a Set Top Box and a VCD/DVD player. "This time is going to end. I am testing the business to move to one gadget in the home – the TV. "Give us a TV with an implicit decoder and the imperative center product inside it. "Also, please not for the rich, but rather for each Nigerian home. "With that, we would have prevailing in the lessening of the cost of access to TV, data and instruction," he said. Mohammed sought after a period in the nation where watchers would have the capacity to get to Nollywood discharges, with or without the web and with a remote control that could change over the TV into a PC. The priest said that the progress from simple to computerized broadcasting in the nation was to give Nigerians add up to TV seeing background, change the life of the general population and change TV seeing for eternity. Gov. Ben Ayade of Cross River, in his discourse, communicated fulfillment with the producer for finding the plant in Calabar He guaranteed to purchase 5000 Set Top Boxes and urged the financial specialists to draw in individuals from the state in its work as a method for supporting the development of the organization. The Group Managing Director of the organization, Godfrey Ohuabunwa, said the plant denoted another sunrise in the electronic and IT producing area in Nigeria He said notwithstanding assembling of DTT and DTH boxes, the plant had three Surface Mount Technology Automatic Chip Placement lines and four pneumatic Assembly lines. As per him, the lines has the limit of putting 2500, 00 segments for every hour. He said the plant was likewise equipped for delivering 20,000 Set Top Boxes every month, produce 100,000 printed circuit sheets for each month and would create at least 500 openings for work. The Chairman, Senate Committee on Information, Sen. Suleiman Adokwe, Senators Shehu Sani, Samuel Anyanwu; Mao Ohuabunwa and the Director-General, National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), Malam Is'haq Modibo-Kawu went to the event.