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CS Visit to the National Communication Secretariat

CS Visit to the National Communication Secretariat 

  Mr. Charles Ngesa, Chief Executive Officer of the National Communications Secretariat addressing the CS Mr. Joe Mucheru, Ps for Broadcasting and Telecommunications in the Ministry of ICT Mr Sammy…

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The National Communication Secretariat was established by an Act of Parliament. The statute known as National Communication Secretariat Act, 1995 was legally established as Act number 3 of 1995. It came into existence on the 21st day of July 1995 through Kenya Gazette Supplement (Cap 213A).

The function of the Secretariat is to be the adviser to the Government on adoption of a new communication policy, which shall be to:

  • Promotes the benefits of technological development to all users of postal and telecommunications;
  • Foster national safety and security, economic prosperity and the delivery of critical social services through posts and telecommunications;
  • Facilitate and contribute to full development of competition and efficiency in the provision of services both within and outside Kenya;
  • Foster full and efficient use of the radio spectrum by the Government in a manner which encourages the most beneficial use thereof in the public interest.

Since the inception of the National Communication Secretariat,we have placed emphasis on effective communication and information technology as the pillar underpinning our success. As a we believe in the value of communication.We have transformed the Board from an organization whose operations were largely manual to one that applies modern technology to enhance service delivery.