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896 public secondary schools to benefit with CAK broad band project

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896 public secondary schools to benefit with CAK broad band project

MAKUENI, Kenya June 15….. 896 public secondary schools will benefit with Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) broad band project to offer internet services at a cost of Ksh. 836 Million in line with the Authority’s aspiration to increase connectivity across the country during this financial year.

Speaking during a consumer ICT forum dubbed Kikao Kikuu, in Makueni County, CAK Director General Francis Wangusi said by the end of the project 8000 schools will have been connected to the broadband.

‘CAK will cater for the internet charges for the 1st year at 100%,2nd at 75%, 3RD at 50% and 4TH at  to enable the schools to sustain themselves’’, said Wangusi.

The Authority through its Universal Service Fund phase I project will roll out broadband communication services to 26 secondary schools in Makueni County.

In attendance was Makueni Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana who commended the Authority of Kenya for taking heed of the need to reach out to the people of Makueni County .


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