This is an audio clip recorded during a Zoom call between the co-authors Angela Okune and Leonida Mutuku which took place on November 30, 2020. As part of conceptualizing their paper, the co-authors were discussing the importance of contextualizing the iHub within a broader narrative of Kenyan tech (i.e. tech in Kenya didn't start and end with the iHub) while also recognizing its unique and important role in attracting international people and attention to Kenya for technology.
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This transcript is part of the source data for the article "Becoming an African Techpreneur: geopolitics of investments in “local” Kenyan entrepreneurship" by Angela Okune and Leonida Mutuku, published in the journal Engaging Science, Technology, and Society.
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Leonida Mutuku and Angela Okune, 30 November 2020, "2020 Nov 30. AUDIO CLIP ON CONTEXTUALIZING THE IHUB.", contributed by Leo Mutuku and Angela Okune, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 16 January 2023, accessed 30 November 2023. https://stsinfrastructures.org/content/2020-nov-30-audio-clip-contextualizing-ihub-0