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Communication Authority DG Ezra Chiloba Speaks After Meeting Ruto’s ICT Principal Secretary

The Director General of the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) Ezra Chiloba on Friday hosted the ICT Principal Secretary Edward Kisiangani at the Communication Authority Centre in Nairobi.

Chiloba who was appointed in to the position in September 2021 after the retirement of Francis Wangusi whose term ended in August 2019, revealed that his meeting with Kisiangani was familiarizing him with cyber security and tele-communications.

“This afternoon I hosted Ministry of ICT Principal Secretary State Department for Broadcasting and Telecommunications Prof. Edward Kisiangani at CA Centre. Our engagement was basically a familiarization tour of CA’s mandate in Telecommunication and Cybersecurity.”

“We discussed various issues in the 2 sectors as we toured the @KeCIRT (The National Kenya Computer Incident Response Team – Coordination Centre), and the Spectrum Management and Monitoring System.”

“Also present was Ministry of ICT Administration Secretary Ms. Juliana Yiapan. We look forward to positive, purposeful deliberations as we continue to champion the growth and prosperity of the ICT industry in Kenya.”

The duo’s meeting comes at a time when the ICT Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo has assured Kenyans that he is ready to deliver the Kenya Kwanza manifesto as far as the ministry in concerned, ranging from revamping the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), posta among others as well as launching Wi-Fi spots in different markets across the country.

President William Ruto has also urged CS Owalo and his team to ensure that all government services are digitized by mid this year, calling upon his cabinet secretaries and their teams to ensure they work hand in hand with Owalo.

In his recent meeting with CSs and PSs in Nanyuki, Ruto expressed his confidence that their next meeting and most of their meetings would be paperless.

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