My interest in ICT blogging has been triggered by my concern to explore areas in ICT which I still think are yet to be exhaustively put into public domain not only in Kenya alone but in the entire Africa. ICT blogging in Kenya has exposed me to important strides, challenges and opportunities for the sector. My idea comes at a time when there has been significant debate on the potential of ICTs to facilitate development in developing countries. Yet, there seems to be a divergence in what countries perceive to be the benefits of ICTs. In this I bear in mind that ICT consumption in Africa has not been fully utilised since there is still greater population that has not benefited either directly or indirectly from ICT.
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