Mutu ya Chuma.
Congolese Enterpreneur in Solar Energy power. Eastern city of Bukavu
Yes it is.Hey Butembo,
That is some good some very good news. I was reading that yesterday and I remember discussing that here on what happened to the Katebola and Katende damn projects being in jeopardy due to financial issues. I hope the financing will come fast and the work can start within the newt year or so. I would like to see the people of both Kasai have access the electrical power and same thing for Bandundu.
With the laying of the Fiber Optic Cables [ supposed to run 10,000 kms across the country] I believe IT will finally come in. I think Chinese, Indians and French will be competeting for the market.Also, cant wait to see what the indians can do with the IT branch. I definitely think this is an opportunity the government can take to push forward the idea of IT center in the country.
Actually they already shown interest in Agriculture and they talked to the government about building an AgriTractors in Kinshasa. Iranians, Ukrainians have also shown interest in building Agritractors in the country.We can definitely profit from the indians experience and knowledge on IT. Good job to them. We can certainly work out more deals with the indians in areas where they have experience; agricultue, medicine, pharmacy and others.