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This sounds like a good opportunity for us to drive the process. Remember, “The People Who Are Crazy Enough to Think They Can Change the World, Are the Ones Who Do.” – Apple Inc. My President His excellency Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy have minced no words that they want no wastage in government. I […]
I like Brian'sÂ analogyÂ "Nevertheless – it's a global village – what can differentiate Kenya is developing products and services for the global market".Â Compare and contrast. Singapore, Population 5.3M, GDP $327B Nigeria, Population 174.5M, GDP $522B Source Wikipedia. ______________________Mwendwa Kivuva, Nairobi, Kenya. twitter.com/lordmwesh On 12 March 2014 00:35, Brian Munyao Longwe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: This has been inevitable […]
This has been inevitable from the very beginning. Despite the fact that Kenyans innovate faster/earlier, it cannot be overlooked that the sheer size of the Nigerian market is it's biggest advantage. Several years ago a friend told me "In Nigeria, it doesn't matter what kind of business you want to start, as long as you […]
Corruption is killing every innovative way. I believe someone at Jogoo House or even at the President's desk was to benefit from this laptop project. I was thinking that with the public procurement act being in place, then corruption would be a thing of the past. It's sad. On 12 March 2014 09:45, steve mutuvi […]
I hope the tendering process will this time round be above board. On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 8:24 AM, Walubengo J <email@example.com> wrote: @GG, another opportunity for the ICT Authority to take over this project. I know ministry of education feels it is their "stronghold" but I think they need help. I wish I […]
@GG, another opportunity for the ICT Authority to take over this project. I know ministry of education feels it is their “stronghold” but I think they need help. I wish I could say “I told you so” – but unfortunately it is my 25B Ksh being played around with. Every Kenyan loses in these high-stakes […]
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