1. […] 06 Feb Posted by admin in kictanet | Comments Tweet(function() { var s = document.createElement('SCRIPT'), s1 = document.getElementsByTagName('SCRIPT')[0]; s.type = 'text/javascript'; s.async = true; s.src = 'http://widgets.digg.com/buttons.js'; s1.parentNode.insertBefore(s, s1); })(); ​It is a hard task running an organization representative of industry, especially when those represented are reluctant to support the same and would much rather lament on social media, become armchair critics or worse still suffer in silence. The downside to this state of things is that it feeds the corruption and broker culture that builds an impermeable wall between the larger industry, making access to legislation, or other positive industry action impossible. Such is our condition in the silicon Savannah. More here – http://www.mbuguanjihia.com/business/lobbying-necessity-not-choice.html​ […]

  2. […] Having made a clarion call for the local technology players to engage actively in lobbying, I am keen to see if this yet to be fully understood opportunity with be met head on by pushback from the August House or other regulator. Most players, probably as both a mitigation and preservation strategy are quickly setting shop in multiple countries. Play well and live long would be the single statement of advice, for now. […]

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