6th September, 2023

National Land Commission (NLC) CEO Kabale Tache Arero today joined senior leaders and stakeholders in Africa’s public sector at the 4th Africa Public Sector Conference and Awards (APSCA) held at Weston Hotel in Nairobi.

This year’s #APSCA2023 themed, Towards a digital, Green & Resilient Economy; The role of public sector, brought together African Ministers, CEO’s, and stakeholders in Africa’s public sector to discuss and share insights on sustainable renewable energy, innovation and productivity and the role of technology in the public sector.

“For us to improve service delivery and drive innovation in the land sector, we have come up with the ArdhiSasa platform in collaboration with the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning to enable Kenyans to access land services and carry out land transactions with ease”, said CEO Kabale while taking part in a panel discussion on driving innovation and productivity in public sector.

“As an institution in the land sector we have embraced innovation in driving productivity, we are continuously updating our processes and we are embarking on entrenching in all the 47 counties”, she added.

African Ministers including Hon. Peninah Malonza, Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage (Kenya), Hon. Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture (Ghana), Hon. Mathem Opoku, Minister of Energy (Ghana) and Hon. Dr. Kwaku Afriyie, Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (Ghana) were present at the conference.

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