[AfrICANN-discuss] Strange letter to ICANN
ymshana2003 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 09:51:19 SAST 2012
Everybody is entitled to view their opinions but not every opinion is straightforward - maybe that is why it can be difficult to understand.
It seems that the cancer of corruption is encroaching the governance of Internet business in Africa?
Why can't we be straight in everything we do?
Why name calling and pulling each other down?
Why can't we let ICANN processes go ahead as usual?
Why do some individuals pretend to represent Africa without consulting or being nominated?
Why should individuals cross the line and ill advice the CEO of ICANN to make or delay some actions??
That is Corruption Or Canvassing Or influencing! Not acceptable.
Have a good day
From Yassin . Sent from samsung mobile. On O2.
Nii Quaynor <quaynor at ghana.com> wrote:
!(AFRICANN+AFTLD+AFRINIC+AFNOG+AFRISPA+AFRALO) = little ICANN experience
Difficult to follow this
On Aug 11, 2012, at 20:28, Brian Munyao Longwe <blongwe at gmail.com> wrote:
I recently came across this letter written by Ms. Sophia Bekele to ICANN regarding the recently vacated position held by Anne-Rachel Inne at ICANN. Letter from Sophia Bekele to Akram Atallah
While everyone is entitled to have their own opinion I find it extremely distasteful that Ms. Bekele would go as far as to allege that AFRICANN and for that matter AFTLD, AFRINIC, AFNOG, AFRISPA, AFRALO are made up of people who have sinister agendas.
I take it as a personal affront that such an aspersion would be cast on myself as I not only consider myself an interested party in AFRICANN but I have also been involved in the founding and establishment of some of the above organizations and believe them and the individuals associated with them to be above reproach.
I continue to find DCA's sustained divisive and millitant attitude quite troubling,
What do other community members think?
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