[Community-Discuss] No Update from AFRINIC HR and Administration since 2015

Arnaud AMELINA amelnaud at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 11:14:50 UTC 2018

Dear Community and Membership

Hum !

The complaint document, beyond the allegations of harrasment shows the
conspiracy orchestrated during the CEO transition, the  cronyism,
amateurism and the unfortunate micro-management set up as governance mode
by the board and management.

This can only lead to what is happening within our community-driven
organization, not to mention contempt for certain segments of the community
who disagree with this mode of operation, and who ring the bell to attract
the attention of the community , which can be read through comments like
("Francos" and "troublemakers").

The truths and the facts are now seen by all, here are the kinds of
perception that leaders have and those who have supported this unfortunate
system should now help us fix it and integrate the mechanisms so that it
never happens again.



2018-03-13 12:48 GMT+00:00 kaweshe sichali <kaweshesichali at gmail.com>:

> Damola and wide community,
> a lot of mess in the organization, time for the community and members too
> be concerned. document attached will show the community the cabal who seat
> on the afrinic board and are failing and interfering in the organization.
> sex harassment, threats and embarrassments of staff and witchhunt by
> members of board. some board member make advanced to women staff. sunday
> folayani, hyttam, and patrice and entire cabal must resign. ceo overtaken
> by cabal and cant make own decisions as cabal from board run organisation.
> even some board members from nigeria are now contracted to do work afrinic
> projects conflict of interest.
> investigation must be open. read attached document. afrinic chairman  and
> member of his cabal must resign immediately. they are a shame and will
> harass and frustrate female employees.
> stay tuned
> kaweshe
> PS: dont bother to find who is kaweshe.
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 8:35 PM, damola olajide <d.olajide72 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Hello
>> I have read the report on https://www.afrinic.net/ima
>> ges/stories/Library/corp/annual-report-2016.pdf.
>> There is neither the mentioning of turnover nor the reasons for
>> departures of staffs in the report.
>> For example AFRINIC is current recruiting a PR and Marketing Manager as
>> advertised on https://www.afrinic.net/en/about/career.
>> If Mr Yavisht Toolseeya gave plausible and complete explanations in his
>> report, today this job opening would be justifiable.
>> regards
>> --
>> Damola Olajide
>> Network & Security Engineer
>> Lagos, Nigeria
>> On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 8:40 PM, damola olajide <d.olajide72 at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> According to https://meeting.afrinic.net/afrinic-23/images/AF-23-Slide
>>> s/3-Dec-15/Yavitsh.pdf, there have been a fall in the turnover from
>>> 2010 to 2015 with a spike in 2014.
>>> The reason for departures are for better opportunities according to page
>>> 11 of the PDF.
>>> I searched for the recent Afrinic meeting reports on the Afrinic website
>>> since days and noticed that there is no report as such as from 2016 till
>>> today.
>>> From the Afrinic website, we can see that the HR and Administration
>>> department has grown, but it is hard to make an assessment of its
>>> efficiency as there are no reports available recently.
>>> Shall the HR department (Mr Yavisht Toolseeya) submit a report for 2018
>>> on the next Afrinic meeting, the Afrinic community will be able to make a
>>> diligent assessment of the situation !
>>> Regards,
>>> --
>>> Damola Olajide
>>> Network & Security Engineer
>>> Lagos, Nigeria
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