Private sector players could come in to take over full implementation of the project, reports Kenya Television Network (KTN).
The original basis of the project was to set up a digital centre in each the 210 constituencies across the country to provide digital and government services, but the KTN report shows only 63 pasha centres so far running across the country, with the majority of those were allocated funds having performed poorly.
According to Fred Matiangi, cabinet secretary for Information Communication Technology (ICT), his ministry is working to come up with new strategies of boosting ICT development in the whole country.
“We are going to look at what we have been able to do so far and what new more to be done,” he said.
“We continue with consultations with colleagues and the sector to ensure that the national Information Communication Technology master plan speaks to our needs, is relevant, current, accurate and will serve us in the future to move our ICT development to the next level.”
President Uhuru Kenyatta has call upon the public to welcome ICT projects within the government to enhance the efficiency of the programme.