[AfrICANN-discuss] Thank you!

Eleanor Afful eleanora at aiti-kace.com.gh
Mon Aug 8 12:14:37 SAST 2011

Dear Katim,
Thanks for the  selfless service you provided during your term of office to support global development on ICANN Board. I really appreciate you and your team. For your knowledge, counsel and wisdom continually we are going to tap to grow humanity and society at large.  I wish you all the very best in the future

Stay in touch
----- Original Message -----
From: "Katim S. Touray" <kaamt at yahoo.com>
To: africann at afrinic.net, aftld-discuss at aftld.org
Sent: Sunday, August 7, 2011 10:17:32 AM GMT +00:00 Casablanca / Monrovia
Subject: [AfrICANN-discuss] Thank you!

Dear all, 

As you probably know now, my application for a second term on the ICANN board was not accepted by the NomCom, as indicated in its recent announcement of selections ( http://www.icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-05aug11-en.htm ). So my term on the board ends this Oct. at the Dakar, Senegal, ICANN meeting. 

So let me say a big "Thanks!!" to all of you, the African ICANN community for your support during my time on the ICANN board. It's been wonderful working with all of you, and I hope we continue working to ensure that the Internet continues to benefit our people, and that we continue to work actively with the global ICANN community for an Internet that benefits all of humanity, and not just the privileged few. 

I would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate NomCom's new appointees from Africa: Lanre Ajayi from Nigeria (GNSO Council), and Titi Akinsanmi from Nigeria (ALAC). I urge you to provide them all the support they need to effectively discharge their duties in their new positions. 

Congratulations also to our brother Carlton Samuels and the rest of the NomCom appointees, including Dr.Steve Crocker, our board Chairman. I wish them all, the board, ICANN, and the entire community all the very best in the future! 

Again, thanks for everything! 


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