Abdul-Malik Suleiman, MCPN – Group Head, Regional Offices

Abdul-Malik Suleiman (FNCS) has worked for over two decades and has spent several years of his professional career helping organisations develop, build and implement sustainable technology solutions that has helped improve the processes and productivity of these institutions.

He joined Galaxy Backbone as Technical Manager responsible for the development and implementation of flexible and sustainable ICT solutions. He also shares and contributes his expertise and experience on the platform of several consortiums and technical working groups.
Prior to joining Galaxy Backbone, Abdul-Malik worked under different responsibilities between the years 2000 and 2008 for the Nigeria Telecommunications Limited (NITEL); now nTEL. He was the South Atlantic 3/West Africa Submarine Cable (SAT-3/WASC) IP Manager and part of the team that pioneered the undersea cable operations in Nigeria.
Over the years, he has worked for Galaxy Backbone as a Solutions Architect, Implementation Manager, Integration Manager and Service Owner.
Prior to moving to his current role, Abdul-Malik was the Group Head Business Development where he expanded and deepened Galaxy’s portfolio of viable and customer focused services. Today, he brings this depth of experience; clear understanding of customer and technology needs within the ICT space to his current role and stewardship as the Group Head responsible for Regional Offices.
Abdul-Malik is a Fellow of Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) and a Chartered Information Technology Practitioner. He is also a Member of Computer Professional Registration Council (CPN) and an alumnus of the prestigious Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) Bauchi, where he obtained Bachelor of Technology and Master of Science degrees in the field of computing.
He has attended training and technical workshops spanning the fields of Management, Aviation, Telecoms, Marketing, Sales and Innovation from institutions around the world, amongst which are George Washington University, USA; Siemens Institute for Information and Communication, Germany; Japan Telecommunications Engineering Institute, Tokyo; Indian Institute of Technology, India; CasaAero Morocco; British Telecommunications Training Institute, Yarnfield Stone, UK, Huawei and ZTE Universities, China and Lagos Business School.

His hobbies includes Football and Greenfield horse racing.

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