Nairobi County was celebrated Monday as the best county in Public Digitization at the 8th edition of the Africa Digital Economy Awards gala (ADEA) at the Emara Ole Sereni Hotel, Nairobi.
The theme this year being; “Celebrating Digital Excellence,” ADEA in its 8th year, brought together senior leaders in technology, banking, Fintech, and public sector leaders shaping digitization narratives and providing them the opportunities to build partnerships, share insights on industry trends, business strategies, policies and best practice among others.
County Chief Officer for Digital Economy and Start-ups, Victor Otieno received the awards on behalf of Governor Johnson Sakaja and Nairobi City County Government.
Africa Digital Economy Awards is in alignment with the digital transformation strategy for Africa prepared by the African Union (AU) to propel growth in Africa’s digital economy.
In attendance were Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Information, Communication and Digital Economy, Eliud O. Owalo, Principal Secretary, Ministry of Information, Communication and Digital Economy, Eng. John Kipchumba Tanui, County Director for e-learning, Elizabeth Ndungu, Nairobi County Staff from the Innovation and Digital Economy Sector, public sector officials from African Governments, and Chief Executives Officers leading technological companies across Africa.
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