huaweiThe ICT has renewed its digital transformation memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Huawei Kenya in an effort to boost digital transformation and provide quality ICT skills throughout the country.

“Huawei is keen on partnering with the government and other agencies on ICT projects that will go a long way in boosting the country’s economy. For us the signing of this MoU is proof of our continued commitment towards growing the ICT sector in Kenya,” said Frank Zhou, Huawei’s Deputy CEO.

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ICT Authority CEO Robert Mugo, Principal Secretary for ICT Eng. Victor Kyalo and Huawei Kenya’s Director for Contract and Commercial Fulfillment Mr. Tony Liu were all present during the signing of the deal.

The company will be prioritizing on ICT research and innovation with the aim of developing ICT infrastructure and e-government services.

“In the last two years, the government has created an ecosystem with ICT opportunities for young people through programs Seeds for the Future and the Presidential Digital Talent Programme; and it is up to the young people to take this up for their benefit”, said ICT PS Victor Kyalo.

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