Kenyans have relied on the web for their every day incomes. Majority of Kenyans make money through various online platforms.The Government has additionally digitized a large portion of its operations. Many individuals get fundamental administrations through the government sites including e-citizen services.
Kenyans who rely upon web will encounter the distruption of web for six weeks beginning next month, August.Ministry of Information Communication and Technology has given the admonition to Kenyans. ICT PS Jerome Ochieng has said that the government intends to move the internet cables starting August ahead of the development of the 234KM through way that will see a double carriageway built from Rironi to Nakuru then to Mau Summit.
Jerome said that local residents will be given access to job opportunities during the relocation. The 234 kilometre road construction will see improvement of transport to and from Western and the Rift Valley region of Kenya
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