ECONOMYNEXT – MTI, a Sri Lanka based management consultancy said it had prepared a 5-year strategic plan for the Regulatory Board of Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA), a multi-sector utility regulator.
“Over the last 3 years we have been focusing on regional opportunities across East Africa – given the access to these markets from Asia and the Gulf,” Hilmy Cader, CEO of MTI Consulting said in a statement.
MIT has over 25-years of experience in management consultancy in the fields of strategy, operations, corporate finance and digital & analytics. Rwanda is the 49th country MIT has carried out an assignment.
“Given Kigali’s strategic location we plan to access the key markets of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia from Kigali,” Cader said.
RURA is the regulator of Telecommunications, ICT, Postal services, Renewable and Non-renewable Energy, Water, Sanitation, Transportation and Nuclear & Radiation Protection of Rwanda.
The regulator reports to the country’s Prime Minister.
RURA and MIT have worked for over six months to develop the strategic plan.