Image Courtesy. /Pulse Kenya/
Criticizing Governor Ngilu, Disembe “commanded” that she fire her Information Technology team for failing to install proper and serious infrastructure in her office.
“Your Excellency, you need to fire your IT team. By now you should have fitted in your office a serious virtual meeting infrastructure, not an HP laptop,” demanded Disembe.
This is after Madam Charity Ngilu shared some of her pictures revealing the progress of the virtual meeting that converged all Governors.
The National and County Governments Coordinating Summit virtual conference was presided over by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“Happening now, the Fifth (5th) Extra-Ordinary Session of the National and County Governments Coordinating Summit chaired by H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta via virtual conference,” Ngilu had twitted.
Netizens, who observe Governor Ngilu keenly, backed up Disembe in blasting her as others ridiculously saying the governor was making good use of her phone hotspot to connect while some took the chance to sell their skills.
Image Courtesy. /Governor Ngilu Twitter/
“DD, you are right. Her Excellency should invest in this kind of full video conferencing facility like this,” supported Munda as he utilized the opportunity to advertise his card of trade.
Talking of security issues, it emerged that some of the praised technologies are poor in permanently killing security problems.
If you expect some of the technology to solve your security issues then you don’t understand technology nor your security issues. Technology is the biggest experiment of anarchy in human history,” blasted another follower.
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