State agencies split over Telkom role in Sh16bn fibre optic line

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Business Daily | by Edwin Mutai


A split has emerged in Government over plans to end Telkom Kenya’s management of State-owned Sh16 billion fibre optic network that the telco operates without licence.

The ICT Ministry and a State agency, the ICT Authority (ICTA) — are locked in a dispute over how to end Telkom Kenya management of National Optic Fibre Backbone (Nofbi) — which provides telecommunications connectivity in all the 47 counties.

The ICT Principal Secretary told Parliament that the Ministry is not aware of plans to take control of…

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