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Congratulation CS. I think this would be a good time to ask what the plan is for the next 5 years and also what you you’ve achieved in the last
Hongera This is noted with lots of appreciation and congratulations to the CS from ICT-AK. Joel Itube Kind Regards, Joel Itube On Fri, Jan 5, 2018 at 5:19 PM, Kamotho
Kudos Bwana CS, Congratulations and best wishes on your reappointment to the Cabinet and significantly a renewed mandate to steer the ICT sector. We shall support you and the governments
For those who have completed their studies: www.elimuholdings.co.ke/content.php?pid=31 *Tech Internship Vacancy* January 4, 2018 Elimu Holdings is an ed-tech company that deals with schools, teachers, corporate bodies and the general
Dear Hussein, This is to inform all listers that CA is currently working on responses to matters that were raised here regarding the Competition Study and will share the same
It would be great to get a response from CA right about now… *Ali Hussein* *Principal* *Hussein & Associates* Tel: +254 713 601113 Twitter: @AliHKassim Skype: abu-jomo LinkedIn: ke.linkedin.com/in/alihkassim 13th
It would be great to get a response from CA right about now… *Ali Hussein* *Principal* *Hussein & Associates* Tel: +254 713 601113 Twitter: @AliHKassim Skype: abu-jomo LinkedIn: ke.linkedin.com/in/alihkassim 13th
Whenever you hear anyone close to the politburo in KE talk about “stakeholders”, they almost without doubt mean KEPSA. KEPSA represents every imaginable stakeholder, even the nonexistent. Did you hear
“The CA has, however, defended the report, saying it was revised after wide consultations and input by all industry stakeholders.” Who was involved in this wide consultation? I didn’t see
Listers Is this headline misleading or what? 🙂 A revised competition report by the telecommunications industry regulator has dropped the controversial proposal calling for the splitting of Safaricom into separate
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