Addis to Digitse Certificates

Feb 2 , 2019

Addis Abeba City Administration has reached an agreement with Troy Security Solutions Group, an American company, to digitise certificates. Education documents, especially grade eight examination results; title deeds; birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates are earmarked for digitisation. “Storing this information digitally will stop forgery of documents and help modernise the city’s service,” said Takele Uma, deputy mayor of Addis Abeba, during his discussion with the delegation from Troy. Troy has been providing security printing solutions for more than 55 years to clients like the United States Treasury Office and several banks in the United States.



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