[Community-Discuss] [members-discuss] STATEMENT OF TANZANIA ISP ASSOCIATION (TISPA) - Regarding AFRINIC
jaberamatogoro at gmail.com
Fri Jul 30 06:37:20 UTC 2021
I am sending my congratulations to TISPA for showing the way. This has been
our spirit since then, we will always be there for any initiative designed
to impact African Independence to its matter.
"The role of Tanzania in fostering African Liberation movements
The emergence of organised popular liberation movements throughout Africa
following the end of the Second World War was a crucial factor in achieving
independence for many African countries. Tanzania played an important role
in assisting these movements and acted as a consistent opponent of colonial
rule in Africa. In particular, Julius Nyerere – the architect of Tanzania’s
independence and the country’s first President – was a key figure in the
struggle against foreign domination, and helped to popularise the concept
of Pan-African unity."
Africa should remember, there are still many Julius Nyerere in Tanzania. We
stand with Afrinic and we will be against anyone supporting any movement to
negatively impact the operation of AFRINIC. Read, The African Network
Information Centre (AFRINIC) is a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for
Africa and the Indian Ocean region, AFRINIC is responsible for the
distribution and management of Internet number resources.
Assistant Lecturer and Coordinator for Research & Publication
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
College of Informatics and Virtual Education
The University of Dodoma
On Fri, Jul 30, 2021 at 12:39 AM Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jul 2021, 23:49 Paul Wollner, <paul.wollner at africaoncloud.net>
>> TISPA does not in anyway express their support for AFRINIC’s litigation,
> Don't get it twisted by inserting the word "litigation".
>> your message is highly misleading.
> Nothing misleading
> Our support of *solidarity* is with AFRINIC. We state the facts as to
> what AFRINIC is to this service region. We conclude as below in our
> *Any impact of the services of AFRINIC would have a much larger impact on
> Internet communication in Africa.While the legal proceedings should take
> their due course, we would humbly like to suggest that no actions are taken
> that can impact the operation of AFRINIC as the registry of Internet
> Numbering Resources (IP addresses and ASNs) or can impact AFRINIC’s
> function of publishing the associated data.TISPA is an AFRINIC member and
> also represents 22 AFRINIC Resource members in Tanzania who are TISPA
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