President Ruto has said that the government is going to be paperless from the next Cabinet session to enhance the people of Kenya to access government without too much bureaucracy. He spoke that during a session of the Cabinet retreat in Nyeri where he said that going forward the government will be run on a digital space. He also emphasized that the government must employ technology to become more efficient and bolster innovation. He added that it's time Kenyans get value for the resources they put at the disposal of their leaders. He also said that the digital space is going to ease communication between one government department to another.
Within six months, Ruto said that the cabinet is going to discard the use of paper communication which has been derailing government service delivery. He also said that embracing technology would also help save government a lot of resources which in turn would generate more capital for the country. Giving example with Hustler Fund, Ruto encouraged his Cabinet to consult one another and be creative in forging new and efficient ways which would create revenue for the country and at the same time save the public lots of expenses.
It's a nice move and a sign of good leadership and been on track to deliver his campaign promises to the people of Kenya. I commend President Ruto's idea.
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