These are also good points for engagement with county governments/Senate
ICT committee as ordinarily, building plans are approved at local
government level. I recall wayleaves being mentioned during discussions on
the draft ICT policy and hope that this was captured in the final document.
2018-01-22 18:19 GMT+03:00 S.M. Muraya via kictanet <
> Relevant points for the parliamentary committee on ICT to consider.
> 5 years ago, recall hearing complaints about isp’s/telcos messing up
> buildings with cables all over the place. Even windows were being used to
> get cables into offices from wimax dishes on the roof.
> Some progressive cities/states have telco/cable setup guidelines for
> Hong Kong – 2012 – www.coms-auth.hk/filemanager/statement/en/
> Singapore – www.imda.gov.sg/regulations-licensing-and-
> On Sun, Jan 21, 2018 at 7:39 PM, Sidney Ochieng (princelySid) via kictanet
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Building Owners Impeding Telecom Services Roll-out Due To Lack Of Laws –
>> Tom Makau
>> Lots of common sense suggestions here, the CA and ministry should take
>> notes. Without the base infrastructure the Information Age we’re hoping to
>> skip to will not come. 4G/wireless is not the answer to this countries
>> connection needs, not with its caps or costs
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