Kenya ICT Board unveiled a five-year master plan which will see a creation of at least 500 new medium-sized firms and 20 multinational companies. During the Connected Kenya Summit 2012, PS Information & Communication Bitange Ndemo, mentioned that this master plan will see ICT contribute about 25 per cent of the country’s GDP.
Such plans will create more jobs for Kenyans and improve the economy. Government has been creating a conducive environment for businesses to thrive in its sectors.
Businesses are key in creation of employment and it is commendable what Kenya ICT Board is doing to creating a conducive environment to unleash Kenya to become top ICT hubs in the entire world.
This is possible, why not?
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