[AfrICANN-discuss] Africacert incorporated in ghana

Pierre Lotis NANKEP lnankep at yahoo.fr
Mon Sep 10 20:48:39 SAST 2012

My encouragement.
We will support this initiative...

Pierre Lotis NANKEP
IT Engineer / ANTIC
Web : http://www.antic.cm
Email (Pro) : pierre.nankep at antic.cm
GSM : +237 77 66 10 07

 De : Jean Robert Hountomey - AfricaCERT <hrobert at africacert.org>
À : africann at afrinic.net 
Envoyé le : Lundi 10 septembre 2012 11h49
Objet : [AfrICANN-discuss] Africacert incorporated in ghana
AfricaCERT has obtained its certificate of Incorporation. Though it has taken us a bit of time, I am happy to announce that we are
officially Incorporated in Accra, Ghana. This also means that from now on, "AfricaCERT will be what you want it to be" and we need
your help to make this happen. We want your input, your participation, your advice.

Our challenge is: "United Promoting Cybersecurity in Africa". We want to provide value to you and support the ever-evolving information
security efforts in the continent. We will achieve this together by inspiring innovation, creativity, community and personal growth. This
is an exciting opportunity for all of us, and I encourage you to make the most of it!

I would like to thank the interim committee for its help and assistance and I welcome the steering committee to be announced in
Khartoum that will be chaired by Pierre Dandjinou and Nii Quaynor.

Our special appreciation goes to the Government of Ghana.

For those of you who would like to know how to make any type of contributions, thank you in advance and please contact Nancy Dotse:
nancy.dotse at africacert.org. We welcome financial contributions.

Stay in touch for future communications.

Jean Robert Hountomey
Project Coordination
16 Boundary Road, East Legon
P.O. Box 3035
Accra, GHANA
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