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Let me add that if there is any incompetence within our ICT folk then that impacts negatively on all of us not just us the people being governed. My take
I have to say – personally I cannot think of a worse piece of legislation that I have seen in recent history. Let us look at the net effects of
Steve Jobs and Bill gates would not qualify to work in Kenya SMH! From: Ahmed Mohamed Maawy [mailto:ultimateprogramer@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, December 4, 2017 5:18 AM To: awatila@yahoo.co.uk; KICTAnet ICT Policy
Personally i do not like it. I see it as someone trying to generate a cash cow without adding value. Regards, Alex On Monday, December 4, 2017, 7:25:55 AM GMT+3,
www.timesofisrael.com/singapore-vs-israel-whos-the-better-role-model/ *Singapore vs. Israel: Who’s the better role model?* *A leading politician and a top entrepreneur urge Israel to be more like Singapore — while Singaporeans strive to be more
Let me quote the article:- “CS Mucheru, who was speaking at the HPC Forum at the United States International University USIU Africa in Nairobi. According to Mucheru the electioneering period
Let me quote the article:- “CS Mucheru, who was speaking at the HPC Forum at the United States International University USIU Africa in Nairobi. According to Mucheru the electioneering period
Alex, What do you think about the bill? Also, interesting comments here on a nation (with leadership) showing interest in Kenya pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/868791452529898941/WDR16-BP-ICT-Sector-Innovation-Israel-Getz.pdf On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at 4:57 PM,
Hi, While trying to push such laws shouldn’t they be looking at credentialing people without formal ICT schooling but have the experience, knowledge and skills to back them? These people
I wonder how some of the ground breaking technology companies – such as for instance Google Kenya, can operate if this bill is passed. On Sun, Dec 3, 2017 at
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