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Internet access still low in Public universities- Vice Chancellor says.

Only 13% of students in public universities have e an access to the internet. This is according to the vice chancellor at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology JKUAT Prof Mabel Imbuga.
Speaking during the presentation of laptops to the first year students at the university, Imbuga said public
universities should target 50 per cent accessibility in the next year.
She said this will help increase innovation among students and faculty. Cabinet Secretary Information Communication and Technology Fred Matiangi said increasing laptop ownership among students is the best way to raise internet accessibility.

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