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Published: September 19, 2012
Coventry(ZimEye)Restoration Of Human Rights organisation, ROHR, continues to roar and will be loaching an innovative IT communications project for human rights activists soon.
ROHR has announced venturing into a new Information Technology offensive which will engage the latest mobile communication technologies available.
Addressing a crowd at the group’s annual comemoration in a Saturday party function at Coventry, the organisation’s chair, Grace Mupfurutsa announced plans to use Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) systems.
“As we get towards elections, we intend to get activists on the ground communicating in the easiest and cheapest technologies possible. This will involve the latest 4G and 3G tech platforms, SMS, MMS, USSD, VoIP, and WAP ” she said.
Despite the organisation encountering problems with expelled fraudster Ephraim Tapa, none of the Tapa’s unscrupulous activities have affected the group’s growth. Members from various parts of the UK, southern, northern, and other remote locations of the country coverging at Coventry for their annivesary, heard of the NGO’s leap into technology. The party began from 2PM and stretched all the way into midnight. Photos: