[kictanet] Kenya Wins Top Africa ICT seat
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Sat Aug 18 06:48:49 EAT 2018
Felicitations are in order Bwana Omo and to the CA and Ministry of ICT for
showing strength of purpose and unity to achieve this.
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On Fri, Aug 17, 2018 at 10:18 PM, Alwala, Rachel via kictanet <
kictanet at lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:
> Dear listers,
> Kenya’s Mr. John Omo has today been elected the new Secretary General of
> the African Telecommunications Union (ATU).
> Out of the 26 votes, Mr.Omo garnered 23 beating his sole challenge,
> Burundi’s Mr. Constaque Hakizimana who managed two (2) votes at elections
> held today during the 5th Ordinary Session of the ATU Plenipotentiary
> Conference in Nairobi. One vote was spoilt. Attached is the press
> release on the same as well as the Nairobi Declaration by the African menus
> states at the end of the ATU Plenipotentiary Conference today.
> Attached too are images of Mr.Omo giving his acceptance speech
> and receiving the instruments of office from the outgoing Secretary general
> Mr.Abdoulkarim Soumaila
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