Angela Merkel’s Personal Envoy for Africa in Nairobi

Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Information Communications and Technology ICT Kenya, Fred Okeng’o Matiang'i, Günter Nooke, Ambassador Andreas Peschke, Principle Secretary PS Mr. Joseph Tiampati ole Musuni
(l. to r.) Cabinet Secretary Ministry of ICT Kenya, Fred Okeng’o Matiang’i, Germany’s Envoy for Africa Günter Nooke, Ambassador Andreas Peschke, Principle Secretary PS Mr. Joseph Tiampati ole Musuni

“The process of ‘digitalisation’ changes Africa and has a particularly big impact on the lives of young people. African youngsters have their own question and aspirations for the future, and they will find their own answers in the digital world using information technology.” – Günter Nooke’s statement before his visit.

Angela Merkel’s Personal Envoy for Africa Günter Nooke, was in Nairobi from 8 to 11 March 2014. He’s main focus was the ICT landscape in Nairobi and consequently in Kenya.

Günter Nooke at the iHub Nairobi

He met with the CS, Dr. Matiang’i and the PS, Mr. ole Musuni, in the Ministry of ICT, to discuss on how to strengthen the Kenya-German ICT links. He also got to visit the iHub and the Kenya High School.

Günter Nooke at the Kenya High School, Ivy Mwai, Mrs Saina, Mrs Mugendi

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