Ministry of Information, Communications and the Digital Economy CS Eliud Owalo this afternoon, as part of rolling out H. E. President William Ruto’s promise and effort to transform Kenya into a globally competitive digital economy launched a Government sponsored free WiFi hotspot to support business, at the City Market, Nairobi.
It is ICT and Digital Economy ministry vision to create a reliable and secure high speed digital infrastructure for the public, as the avenue envisaged for Kenya’s digital transformation.
Present were Nairobi DG, Hon. James Muchiri, Senator Edwin Sifuna and Hon. MPs, John Kiarie (National Assembly ICT Committee Chair), Amos Mwago ,Florence Chematia Sergon ,Kitur Kibor, and local MCA, Hon. Kwenya.
This was one of the manifestos of the Kenya kwanza government that they will make internet free by installing wifi. This will go a way to help people be innovative and proactive in doing their businesses and work outside.
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