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MPs to undergo iPad training
Publish Date: Feb 23, 2014
MPs to undergo iPad training
Kole County MP Fred Edil talks to a reporter after signing for an iPad.
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By Vision reporter

Members of Parliament will on Monday start a two months training on how to use ipads.

“The training is not mandatory; it is only for those who expressed interest in getting training on how to use this gadget, members will be taught the basics on how to operate an ipad,” Parliament's PRO explained.

According to an official document obtained from the Institute of Parliament Studies (IPS) training on the use of ipads will start today February 24 and end on April 14.

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