By The Observer

The high cost of internet and poor internet connectivity in Uganda could end soon, thanks to a new government plan. At the recently concluded 8th annual International Conference on Computing & ICT Research organised by Makerere University, Peter Kahiigi, the director for Technical Services at the National Information

Technology Authority Uganda (NITA-U), revealed that government would build an alternative sea cable via Mutukula, Tanzania, this November. Currently, Uganda relies on the Kenyan-based cable whose constant breakdown results in slow internet connectivity.

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