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President Kenyatta lauded for declining to sign ICT Bill


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ICT and Innovation Principal Secretary Jerome Ochieng has lauded the President for declining to sign the ICT Practitioners Bill 2022. 

Speaking on Wednesday at the Africa Fintech Summit held at Radisson Blue Hotel in Upper Hill Nairobi, Ochieng said that the new law would be counterproductive and stifle young creatives in the sector.

“Kenya’s emergence as a technology giant in the continent owes it to the government’s deliberate focus on developing policies, institutional reforms and…

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