The nation was already seated at the oldest University in Kenya by 8:30 am. The moment they were waiting for was for the official Launch of the first Innovation Week by The University of Nairobi in conjunction with
Barclays bank of Kenya.
The list of the attendees of the ongoing ( major exhibition as it turns out) can be found on the innovation week official website. http://www.innovationweek.co.ke/
The, chemistry of the Vice Chancellor with the Israel ambassador to Kenya suggested a lot. It might mean the beginning of a long lasting friendship or a flimsy relationship with that nation.
Government C.S. for ICT, Dr. Matiang’i officially launched AFTIA( Africa technology and Innovation accelerator). With a concept of its design already in place at the School of Computing in the University.
The ICT CS, also stated that the main intention of the govt accelerator was not to bring competition to the other hubs by private business men and women but to strengthen the industry. The secretary hinted on a 17.5 Billion shillings investment in future accelerators at all public universities in the country.
# BY Mugambi Mwalishi