Uganda’s Eng. Simon Bugaba is seeking to represent Uganda at the International Telecommunications Union Radio Regulations Board, Region Africa for 2018-2022 cycles.
The International Telecommunications Union’s top policy-making body will be electing its top executives to shape the future work of the Union at an event which is ongoing in Dubai.
Ugandan delegation is being led by minister of information technology, and national guidance Frank Tumwebaze deputized by Uganda communication commission director Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi.
Uganda is vying for re-election to the ITU Council as well as election to the Radio Regulations Board.
According to UCC, Eng. Bugaba is a dynamic, innovative ICT expert with strengths in spectrum management and ICT regulation.
He is also described as a person who is committed to promoting dialogue, consensus, and fairness thus making him the best candidate for the slot.
“He has innovative solutions in the execution of Radio Regulations Board role while considering the needs of both developed and developing countries”.