Say No to the ICT Practitioners Bill

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Andrew Alston
1 year ago
This is nothing more than pure profiteering - people wanting to make money off skills that others have earnt - while at the same time implying that anyone who spent their life gaining those skills outside of traditional academia are some how unworthy to earn a living. It is profiteering, it is stupid, it is inane, and it will result in a Kenyan brain drain out of the ICT sector - causing a loss of skills where the skills will be hard to find. Stop this stupidity

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samwel sakwa
5 years ago
finally can bring innovation projects back home

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peter meme
5 years ago
Good stuff

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Michael Karanja
5 years ago
This is awful!

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Peter Kinyanjui
5 years ago
I agree with the motion that it shouldn't be passed into law.

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Sadique AJ
5 years ago
This: http://stackoverflow.com/research/developer-survey-2016#developer-profile-education

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James Aduke
5 years ago
I think will be taking innovation in Kenya backwards

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Andrew Meme
5 years ago
No to the ICT practitioners bill

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Daniel Kinuthia Njau
5 years ago
I am signing because Kenya via I.T has grown a lot. restricting it with licenses and education level is just bad and sad to this country. my employer is a successful person with no I.T background and some of the I.T features I learned from him. this petition is just lost and a way to claim money since for a license u have to pay. and secondly to work in an i.t field doesn't mean you must have studied in the area.

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David wandere
5 years ago
I'm signing because the Rational behind it is not skilled based but theory based. This is an outdated argument that tends to water down skilled based training that lacks in the Kenyan Market