ICT consumer awareness forum kicks off tomorrow

East Africa’s leading research firm Infortrack Harris, commissioned by Consumers Federation of Kenya to carry out a research on the views of Kenyans in respect to switching off fake mobile phones and ICT awareness, is expected to release its report tomorrow during the Consumers Dialogue forum.

The forum, organised by Consumers Federation of Kenya, will discuss issues affecting ICT, banking and energy sector. Different sets of meetings will afterwards be carried out in a number of the Kenyan counties.
Consumers Dialogue forum will be beneficial as the date for switching off non-genuine handsets as issued directed by Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) nears (September 30).

CCK’s acting director general Francis Wangusi and Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) chief executive Mrs Evah Oduor are expected to attend the event.
Consumer Federations of Kenya rates the ICT sector as one of the best-regulated industry under the Ministry of Information And Communication. The level of consumer awareness is however low, it says.
Key leaders from Kenya ICT Board, industry players, private and public organizations are expected to take advantage of the forum to come up with ways of solving major issues derailing progress.
The 1-hour forum will kick off at 10a.m. at the Klique Hotel in Eldoret, Kenya.

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