The agenda of president William Ruto while he was campaigning, he assured his supporters that he will give a free Wi-Fi hotspot in every house. After he was sworn in, he went ahead and fulfill his projects.
By making Kenya to be a digital country, he organizes for a digital holiday during Jamhuri. Of which he made things to be as unusual.
The President, during the launching of digital economy programs by Monza Technologies Development Authority at Abate Technical Institute.
He said he has elaborated a plan in place to connect all the 27,000 schools and 8.5 million homes already connected to power to the internet.
We want to lay our fiber network on Kenya Power transmission lines, so we want our 8.5 million homes connected to electricity to equally be connected to the internet. Mr. President added.
He further stated that the connectivity will be made possible by adding 100,000 kilometers of fiber optic network. We would like to make sure every shopping center, have 29,000 of them, connected to the internet. And will have a hotspot too.
In accord to his point, the people of Kisumu have now approved his fact today, after CS Eliud Owalo launch a public Wi-Fi hotspot in Ahero Kikuyu county.
The people of Kikuyu are now at easy access to internet, and they are pleased for such good work the government has brought.
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